Hello. My name is Jack Cameron. I work in content creation and development. Much of my work involves taking complex ideas and making them simple enough that anyone can understand them.
If you’d like to take a look at my resume, click here. To take a look at some of my work, read on.
My projects have included work with multi-billion dollar corporations such as Amazon.com, small start-ups like the Tacoma Youth Initiative, and individual projects of my own.
Here are a few examples:
I worked for Guardian Fall Protection for a few years writing both marketing content and technical writing including instructions. These instructions had to adhere to OSHA standards while being simple enough for any given construction worker to read and understand.
My work with their marketing department resulted in Guardian being recognized as a leader in Fall Protection and my being asked to consult on a fall protection industry guidebook.
Below is an example of a set of instructions I wrote and an industry newsletter in which I was featured. Click on the images for the file.
In 2006 I started a website called TacomaStories.com. This site was recently recognized by both the Tacoma Daily Index and KOMO News for my work on chronicling the homicide victims in Tacoma. In addition to this, I’ve interviewed dozens of people for this site including Mayor Marilyn Strickland.
On the more whimsical side of things, I recently published a book called Ruin Your Life. In addition to writing the book, I also designed the interior and the cover. I formatted the manuscript to publish as an ebook as well.
In recent years I’ve consulted on Kickstarter and other crowd funding campaigns. So far the campaigns I’ve worked on have all exceeded their original goals and generated over $500,000 in donations. I’m currently writing an ebook on techniques and strategies for successful Kickstarter campaigns.
Most recently I’ve worked on the Knowledge Base for the IT Department of True Blue Inc. This documentation is meant to assist with internal IT problems using a proprietary system called Ellis. While I can’t share that documentation with you, I can share a letter of recommendation from my most recent manager.
If you’re looking for a technical or content writer, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
– Jack Cameron
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