Scientific endeavors offer countless opportunities to share what is fascinating about the natural world with others.
As you know, the way peer-reviewed articles, reports, talks, essays and popular writing are presented determines whether or not the general public recognizes that scientific results are a hard-won public commons.
Engaging and compelling communication requires effort you may not have time for.
That’s where I come in – I focus on your audience, so you can focus on your work. With over a decade of outdoor education, communications, and biology experience, I am primed to help your project make an impact.
My specialties are:
- Science communication for peer review and plain-language for the public (including editing for English-as-a-second-language)
- Science and natural history photography and illustration
- Professional, public outreach, media, educational and nonprofit projects
My services are:
I regularly collaborate with:
- Government researchers
- Magazines and journals
- Media outlets
- Nonprofit organizations
- University researchers
- View detailed resume/CV
Your project might be a/an:
- Annual report
- Article or essay
- Conference presentation or poster
- Education initative
- Event poster
- Grant proposal
- Media article
- Press release about current research or a recent publication
- Popular article
- Program brochure
- Some website content
- Or something else altogether!
NOTE: Consulting is limited to communications services in English.
Ready to take your project to the next level?
- “I really appreciate all your excellent edits and suggestions. I’ve revised the doc (kind of a lot) and think the post is now much closer to the story I wanted to tell. Thank you SO much.” C. Hart, science communications director; Harvard Forest
- “Well, I think it totally kicks ass! This has the Bethann stamp of artistic elan written all over it.” J. Derbridge, chair of The Wildlife Society’s Student Professional Development Working Group
- “Honestly, I think those are some of the coolest photos that I have seen come off of any of our [prescribed burns]. It clearly shows that we need to bring people with us that know how to use cameras.” Fire Management Technician, Prince Albert National Park (Canada) re these images.