Meet Katherine Butler, copywriter: a purveyor of
impertinence, a queen of imps, and a spinning vortex of cultural idioms. She's your Wonder Woman of Tag Lines, sans sparkly boots. And here's what she's all about.
She writes film trailers. As a freelance A/V writer, Katherine has worked with both domestic and international film studios. Her credits span over
a decade of films, including Disney’s Up,
Wall*E, and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. She's written trailers for
wide releases such as Get Smart from
Warner Bros. and An Education from
Sony Pictures Classics. Her work includes scripts for recent DVD/Blu-Ray
releases as well, such as spots for Snow
White, Pinocchio, and most recently, Peter
Pan. Finally, she has written one-sheet taglines for Universal Studios on
films including The Boxer, October Sky
Also? She brands. Via Straightline NYC, her clients include companies like The
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center, and
Amerigon Thermoelectrics. Here she developed strategic copy for each brand,
including print, special ads, and corporate emails.
Your children know her as well. As a Development Editor for
Frank Schaffer Publications, Katherine created supplemental educational material for
children grades K-12. Covering a wide range of subjects, she crafted puzzles
highlighting African-American figures of history and written worksheets
explaining the Jurassic Period on Earth.
She's online. Her articles covering culture and science have
been featured on CNN, Forbes, NPR, Grist, The Huffington Post, EcoSalon, MNN
Finally, your television has not escaped. Katherine has a strong
creative background, with television writing credits at Nickelodeon, Disney
Channel, and the USA Network.
a myriad of writing experiences, Katherine Butler is foremost a story-teller. Every project she undertakes is executed according to her creative background, geared towards
supplying catchy copy for her clients. Her story is clear – now let her tell yours.