I make the unimaginable believable. The power of language to inform identity is an idea that I love. I revel in the fact that my job is about creating and telling a story, not simply matching good words together.
I love to write, you see. But what I really look for is to make a difference through my work.
As a creative, I have a passion for bringing things to life. Even if I’m editing an academic paper, it brings back that nostalgic feeling you have as a kid. When you believed with everything you were that the box lying across the room was actually a creature you needed to slay. Or when you looked at the big tree in your garden and saw only a castle-wall that needed climbing. It’s about making the unimaginable believable. The notion hardly even makes sense, yet it’s why I write.