Our portfolio consists of journalistic pieces, press releases, style guidelines, ghostwritten copy, personal narratives and marketing collateral. Our articles cover various topics including travel, small business, lifestyle, parenting, entertainment and how-to material, which appear in numerous publications.

We have 200 published articles online, and more in traditional print media. Below is a partial list of bylined pieces that call Cyberspace “home”:

New York Family – About 35,000 print copies of this monthly publication is distributed to key affluent neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn, including residential and commercial locations, such as schools, retail stores, doctors’ offices and children’s venues. Over the summer months of July and August, approximately 2,000 additional copies are available in the Hamptons. Parents peruse its pages seeking details and tips on education, family-centric activities and points of interest, plus health and parenting advice.

USAToday.com – The online version includes a section offering travel tips on the best places to take kids for a vacation, lodging choices within various destinations and when to buy flight tickets.

WeekendNotes.com – This Australian-based company uses local freelance writers and reviewers who craft pieces on popular venues and hidden gems for entertainment, dining, shopping, culture and more. Click on an article link below. Once you’re on the full article on Weekend Notes, subscribe as one of our readers. By doing so, you’ll receive a free email newsletter whenever we have new reviews and write-ups, as soon as they’re published. You’ll also see those written by other NYC-based freelancers.

NearSay.com – This online publication uses topical experts or local freelance writers who live in the neighborhoods for which they write. Writers report on local news, art and culture, restaurants, family, shopping, nightlife and real estate. Click on an article links below. Follow us on NearSay.com, and receive a free email newsletter whenever we have new reviews and write-ups.

LIVESTRONG.com – In partnership and under the guidance of Lance Armstrong, this online publication offers valuable tips, advice and vital information on healthful living. The Lifestyle section features product- and travel-related articles focused on fitness-conscious families and individuals.

Hudson River Esplanade

Travels.com – This online publication features articles on activities, attractions, accommodations and dining venues useful for anyone planning to travel for business or pleasure.

Relaxing by the shore

Trails.com – Individuals who love the great outdoors read this publication for tips and advice on everything from the best trails to hike and outdoor gear, to ideas for their vacation or weekend jaunts.

Pool area at the Swan and Dolphin, Orlando

GolfLink.com – This website is popular with avid golfers seeking tips on how to improve their full swing or which course to visit during their vacation. Travel-related articles highlighting activities and restaurants are especially useful to golfers traveling on their own, or accompanied by their friends or families.

Round of golf, anyone?

eHow.com – The Internet community flocks to this valuable resource for how-to tips and tricks on countless topics including marketing and small business matters, plus travel.

Civil War canon - Gettysburg Battlefield

Pro Bono Work & Community Service:

When possible, Editorial Creatives offers complimentary editorial services to various non-profit organizations and fundraising opportunities. A sampling of our work can be found via Google searches.

Trevor Day School – Managed and written by parents, “Trevor Days” is the newsletter for the Trevor Day School community—a private school with a Nursery to 5th Grade location in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, plus a Middle to High School location in the Upper West Side.