While working as a litigation attorney at a prestigious law firm in Los Angeles, I did quite a bit of research, reading, and writing. I’d often find myself alone in my office late at night, surrounded by stacks and stacks of printed paper. It was in this lonely kingdom of black and white that Write In Color was born.
What does it mean, to write in color? It is to write and create with inspiration, with creativity, with determination. It represents embracing good style, perfect grammar, and an engaging tone. It isn’t just about writing either — it applies to design as well. It is a collaboration, between you, us, and your audience, whether it be a client, a consumer or a potential employer.
I hope you’ll find the inspiration on this site to start creating. And if you need a little help, we’re here to write in color with you.
With color and gratitude,
Melody Godfred, Founder
Emily Hubbell, Writer, Account Executive
Emily Hubbell graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She has worked as a newspaper reporter, editor, magazine freelancer and science journalist. Emily is an avid writer with a penchant for baking and the banjo, and is currently working on her first novel.