Experience & Education
Working Experience and Education
I started freelancing from home back in 2003 after my first child Janna was born. Today, more than fifteen years later my articles are frequently published on high authority websites like Lifehack.org, Techsupportalert.com or Maketecheasier.com. I studied e-commerce at the University of Texas, but I majored in journalism.
I spent a larger portion of my career writing tech-related articles that cover both Mac and PC-based applications. Video editing is my passion, which is the reason why I decided to join Wondershare in 2009 and become the Editorial Director. This position gave me the opportunity to polish my writing skills while supervising operations and content strategy creation. In 2015, I became Filmora’s team chief editor, and I presently remain at this position.
I value versatility, so as Filmora’s Chief Editor I strive to cover a broad spectrum of topics. Video editing tips, authentic ideas for different genres of videos or reviews of video editing software products are just a few among innumerable topics I have covered so far. My interest in video editing dates back to the early 2000s when Windows Movie Maker or iMovie were still new and exciting video editing apps. Throughout the years I’ve developed a curiosity for all new video editing software products on the market, which is why I never stay loyal to one app for too long.
I grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, but I moved to Austin, Texas to go to college and I still live here with my husband, children, and our mischievous dog. I find motivation for my work from books, spontaneous conversations, long walks and the time I spend with my family. I will always be inspired by these words said by Steve Jobs: ‘The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle.’