Clients and portfolio
With over 25 years of experience in written and visual media as freelance writer / editor, academic, and producer / director, I’ve created or edited a very wide range of communications, from TV quiz show questions and documentary scripts, to annual reports, speeches, magazine articles, and autobiographies.
I have worked with numerous non-fiction authors as a substantive editor and ms reviewer.
I specialize in editing journal articles, theses, and dissertations for ESL professors. I am particularly familiar with information systems research in business schools across Canada. I copy edit student essays and assignments but do not write them.
“I liked and appreciated the work Graham did on my book. He brought perspective and insight to difficult subject matter. His succinct structural edit reorganized my manuscript to make it more accessible to the different readers my book will address, and he gave it texture and continuity.”Gord Cruse
“Graham not only does a thorough job catching grammar errors and typos, but more importantly helps to improve the clarity of the content. He provides constructive comments for me to understand the reasons for his edits. I have become a better English writer by learning from his comments.”Ning Nan
Bill Galloway, author:
"Graham has an amazing ability to extract more from a writer. Just when the author thinks that all has been written, Graham will ask a probing question which both requests more and also gives just a hint at how to proceed. Graham's interest and uncanny insight was absolutely key to taking my ramblings and turning them into a published book.” (Goodreads)
The Armament Tide - Re-arming America
Rear Admiral Stuart F. Platt SC, USN, Ret., author:
"When writing a book with a large quantity of research material, it can often be a case of not seeing the forest for the trees, and a substantive editor can be of enormous help. After working with Graham on my first book, I asked for him when I began my latest. I highly recommend him to anyone who needs a skilled, diplomatic editor.” (Goodreads)
Dancing with Bears on Kootenay Time
David Litvak, author:
"Graham did a perceptive structural edit of my manuscript /Dancing With Bears./ His astute analysis and constructive feedback helped me get it to another level." (Kindle)