Yo. I’m Greg, founder of GrassWrite.
I once worked for a log and timber frame home manufacturer, for a general contractor, for a grocery store, as a delivery driver, as a hockey school counsellor, for the governing body of Canadian cinema & television, as a retail associate, for one of the most recognized sports and entertainment companies in the world, for a global retail brand, for a post-secondary institution and for a boutique agency, just to name a few.
I know what you’re thinking: job-hop much?
Maybe. Some I left. One I was fired from. Shit happens sometimes.
As cliche as it may sound, I wouldn’t be who I am today or able to accomplish my goals without going through life’s, well, struggles. I got fired from my last job. It’s funny what adversity can do to your outlook on life. Fight or flight, really.
I started writing a blog a few years ago during my time spent in the United Kingdom on a working visa. There was something satisfying, and utterly addicting, about seamlessly blending words together to allow the reader to vividly visualize what you’re writing about.
Since then, I have worked as a copywriter for a few different businesses, ultimately leading to me branching out into the freelance world.
I have a passion for travel, sports, reading and writing, business, and technology.
I truly believe in this digital climate we live in that the need for creative and engaging content is what will set a brand apart from the competition.
And that’s what I’m here for.