Copywriter for ‘The Good Life’ and ‘Great Outdoors’ brands.
4WD | Camping | Wine | Travel | Property | Tourism | Lifestyle
Copy that connects, content that convert$ and writing that’s “right on”.
Are you after a content creator that truly ‘gets’ your customers? Someone who knows life is about flavour, aroma, nature, nurture and the joy of exploration?
Do you need a copywriter to weave some wordy magic, add a little giggle and get your message across–loud and clear?
I’m Mariska. I’ll work your words, freeing you to work your business.
I am fluent in tourist, traveller, experience seeker, foodie and wine lover words.
Is your business space here:
- Camping, caravanning and four-wheel driving
- BnB, holiday home, shack and hotel
- Cellar door, providore, café and restaurant
- National park, stars after dark, cultural experience and national treasure
- Festival, gourmet weekend, concert and show
- Tours, hikes, retreats and tourist sights
- Big business, little biz and the G (Government)
- And food … did I mention I love writing about food–but I’ll need a little taste test 😊
- I love new experiences and learning about different industries and enterprises so let’s chat.
A little more about me
I have over 30 years of experience across:
- Hospitality and tourism
- Food and wine
- Medical and dental
- Emergency services
I have a Bachelor of Business (Tourism and Hospitality Management), and I managed a large tourism cellar door and taught Hotel Management.
I’m addicted to exploring this spectacular and quirky country. I also have a coffee and chocolate addiction – but that’s another story.
I travelled around Australia for ten months with my husband and junior in tow.
My writing experience includes:
- Feature travel and four-wheel driving articles
- Product reviews
- Award applications
- Training manuals
- Website content
- Shopping lists, lunch box notes and a love letter on horsey paper when I was six.
I help businesses tell their story, connect on a deeper level, and turn prospects into clients. And I help owners ‘step away from the damn keyboard,’ giving them a chance to drink coffee (or wine) and eat chocolate.