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Are you an image-conscious professional services leader who needs help delivering clear, concise writing?

Do you struggle to write in a way that isn’t overly wordy or too complex?

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Anything you publish on behalf of your business is part of your brand image.

Don’t let murky, overly complex writing damage your credibility.

If you’re ready to stop winging it and start delivering professional, on-brand writing, I can help.

I’m a writer and editor with 20+ years of experience helping urban planning, engineering, architecture, pharmaceutical, medical communication, and management consulting companies produce top-quality writing with a consistent brand voice.

I help my clients shine through clear, concise writing that resonates with their intended audience.

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Sophie Michals

I’m a technical writer with 20 years of experience writing and editing for companies that specialize in urban planning, engineering, architecture, biotechnology, and executive assessment and development. I also have deep experience managing large editorial projects and creating company writing standards.

My mission is to help my clients through clear, concise writing that resonates with their intended audience.

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