I’m Katherine Butler, writer: a purveyor of impertinence, a queen of imps, and a spinning vortex of cultural idioms. I spent my formative years as a writer in Hollywood, building a resume filled with creative tag lines, story development, and a lot of stories about Brad Pitt. Not really. But I did once see Angelina at Universal and am pretty sure she glows.

I am a television writer. My IMDB includes television writing credits at Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and the USA Network.

I write film trailers. As a freelance A/V writer, I have worked with both domestic and international film studios. My credits span over a decade of films, including Disney’s UpWall*E, and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. I’ve written trailers for wide releases such as Get Smart from Warner Bros. and An Education from Sony Pictures Classics. My work includes scripts for recent DVD/Blu-Ray releases as well, such as spots for Snow White, Pinocchio, and most recently, Peter Pan. Finally, I have written one-sheet taglines for Universal Studios on films including The Boxer, October Sky and more.

I brand. Via Straightline NYC and Corey McPherson Nash, my clients include companies like The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center, and Amerigon Thermoelectrics. Here I developed strategic copy for each brand, including print, special ads, and corporate emails.

I’m online. My articles covering culture and science have been featured on CNNForbesNPRGristThe Huffington PostEcoSalonMNN and more.

At the end of the day, I’m a story-teller. Every project I undertakes is executed according to my creative background, geared towards supplying catchy copy for her clients. My story is clear – now let me tell yours!