Hi, I’m Kai!
I use words to educate (content writing), sell (copywriting), or deliver helpful experiences (content design & UX writing).
While I wear many hats, most of my work involves words and identifying the best type of content for your audience and communication goals.
You can rely on me if you’re lost in a sea of identical content, struggling with lackluster copy, or you want your readers to say — this brand totally gets me.
Healthcare (I’m a licensed nurse in my country), nutrition, wellness, SaaS (software as a service), eLearning, EdTech, HR/recruiting and design are niche industries that I have the most experience.
What I’m proud of about my work:
- Ability to break down complex concepts into clear, engaging pieces of information
- Knack for synthesizing different types of information into a cohesive piece
- Ability to shift perspectives (it’s a skill!) and tell a good story
- High-quality research
- In-depth understanding of user/search intent
- Reliability and handing deliverables on time (I understand that everyone’s time is valuable).
What I usually do
I help brands and teams unravel the puzzle of communicating their story in between screens and beyond algorithms — from ideation to implementation.
I also manage and organize content (like a digital librarian of sorts). Whether it’s for a blog post or a brief error message, I make it a point to write clear, engaging, and data-informed content.
Want to know more about how I can help you?
You can hop over to my LinkedIn for my work and university background.
To learn about how I work, these testimonials from past clients and previous co-workers will clue you in.
Although some of my published works are ghostwritten, and under non-disclosure agreements, pop over to my content marketing portfolio w/ bylines.
Content refresh/updates, long-form content, microcopy, content marketing, technical writing, creative direction, explainer videos, taming tardigrades.
And if you’re still reading up to this point..
In addition to content design, you’ll also find me gushing about literature, speculative poetry, the gut microbiome, and behavioral economics.
I live for my one cup of black coffee a day, mountain trips, lap swimming, spending time in nature, books, and conversations over beer. Also, I’m still trying to
perfect my one-handed kettlebell swing do a proper headstand.