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 brand. Via companies like Molta MediaStraightline and Corey McPherson Nash, my clients include companies like The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Sarah Cannon Cancer Center, and Worcester Academy. Here I develop 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.

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 classic DVD/Blu-Ray releases as well, such as spots for Snow White, Pinocchio, and Peter Pan. Finally, I have written one-sheet taglines for Universal Studios.

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

 

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