Content strategy and storytelling for social entrepreneurs and social enterprises.
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Writing and Editing
Client spotlight: Dr. Bal Pawa
What do you do when you have the knowledge to change thousands of lives? You write a book!
Dr. Bal Pawa is both a pharmacist and a medical doctor. She specializes in hormonal health for women and co-founded the WestCoast Women’s Clinic. People from across Canada come to her clinic to seek help for a variety of hormonal-related health concerns including stress and depression, sleep disturbance, fatigue, breast cancer prevention and osteoporosis.
She had a lot of complex information that she wanted to pack into a book. That’s where we came in. We specialize in taking vast amounts of complex information and packaging it for your audience.
The images are everything. You know instantly that working with Jon, you will get the images you want for your business. But images don’t tell you about the man behind the camera. That’s where we came in. Jon wanted to bring the stories behind the images to life so when people visited his site, they knew what it was like to work with him. We selected a few projects and created a featured projects section that merged the images with the story of the shoot.
Jon loves what he does, both for the hunt of the perfect image and the connections he makes with clients. His featured projects makes that clear. Whether you are looking for a new photographer or not, browse his work and enjoy his view of the world. One of our favourite projects, shows a selection of Vancouver images, a city we love.
Get in touch to learn more about how storytelling and exceptional content can support your business goals.
Client spotlight: Erin Taniguchi Illustration
Merging art and business is a challenge for any artist.
Erin Taniguchi, an up-and-coming fine artist works hard
to be both an artist and a business owner.
She turned to Nutritious Truth when keeping up with publishing weekly content on her blog became overwhelming. She knew she had readers and consistent effort could reach more. However, she did not want it to take some much time and energy as she had others things to do.