Erin is drawn to the murky space before the insight. The fog of features, brand standards and audience details that could be important. She loves to discover and discern. With methodical curiosity, she explores ambiguity, reads subtext, hears what’s unsaid. Her writing arrives with compelling clarity—making action feel inevitable, as if it were obvious from the start.
In an era of partial distraction, Erin is an avowed mono-tasker. No matter how busy life gets, working with her means having her full attention. Your meetings fly with warmth and wry humor. Your projects crackle with craft and nuance.
Away from work, Erin embraces the joy of doing one thing at a time. She attends to each of her 42 houseplants individually. She prefers eating in courses (and hates buffets). She keeps her spotless car free of personal items so she can better focus on the road. Anything worth doing, is worth pursuing all out.