Mary Laura takes on a limited number of freelance projects for select clients, providing as much or as little help as they need: original writing, re-writing, concepting, or editing. She crafts each piece with careful consideration of the sounds, images, and stories behind it. The result evokes feeling, compels action, and delivers its message with a blend of subtle artistry and pitch-perfect clarity. The client’s distinct voice always comes through.
Sometimes Mary Laura is the person an organization calls when they don’t want to hire a full-service agency. Sometimes she’s called in to work alongside the creative team. Sometimes she’s the one who discreetly fixes things after someone else writes them. She’s perfectly happy being her clients’ “secret weapon.”
Partial client list:
(Where are the rest? Much of Mary Laura’s work is done confidentially or appears in print under her clients’ names. She won’t blow their cover here – or yours either.)
Mary Laura’s work has been published under her clients’ names in Newsweek, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Richmond Times-Dispatch, on the front page of Yahoo News, and in several other publications.