My Story | by Warren Goldie
I’ve made my living as a writer for 25 years, focused mostly in creative and business writing in technology, education, entertainment, sustainable tech, food certification, and personal growth & spirituality. I was a screenplay analyst for Hollywood production companies and a publications editor for Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation, a digital archive of Holocaust survivor testimonies. My mother, a survivor herself, gave her account to the project.
As a business writer, my focus is on copywriting, web content writing, brand management, and email marketing. At FoodChain ID recently, I wrote and produced websites and participated in marketing campaigns that contributed to years of record growth. I’ve subcontracted with IBM, Texas Instruments, the U.S. Department of Energy, Voice of America and many other organizations. I’ve successfully “marketed spirituality” – which requires a deft touch – at the Omega Institute of Holistic Studies, Interface Foundation and Maharishi University of Management.
In the consumer products arena, I’ve worked in B2C (business-to-consumer) copywriting, notably for CyberMedia, whose PC software dominated that industry. A website I edited for Texas Instruments was a finalist for the Smithsonian Innovation award. I’ve written scripts for training videos, documentaries and museum kiosk displays. My essays have appeared in the Baltimore Sun, City Paper, Iowa Source and other publications. I’m also a novelist and a playwright.
My writing journey has taken me two distinct paths: first, into the business and education worlds where I work to satisfy client or employer. The second follows the trail of the storyteller seeking to illuminate truth and move audiences. These seemingly unrelated paths can and do inform each other. I’ve used more than a few “fiction” writing techniques in my marketing writing. But, trust me, that’s a good thing…
If you have a project you think might be a good match for my skill set, please contact me by email or call 720-608-2311 to open that discussion. I look forward to hearing from you.