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A few months ago, someone asked me what would make me happy. Isn't that the $10,000 question? I was in the middle of a successful career in arts marketing. I was making money hand-over-fist for my company and bringing new people in to see opera. But clearly, I wasn't happy.

I got into marketing because it was creative and fun, and I got to make a difference for companies. But as a Director of Marketing, I spent my days bent over excel spreadsheets doing forecasting, budgeting, re-forecasting, predicting single ticket sales projections, and in general doing more math than I would like. I had lost the creative side of the business.

So now's my chance to use what I know, and get back to the meaty part of marketing and PR - the copywriting and art direction. I'm here for you.

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