I am a professional writer and strategist with articles featured on allconnect, Reviews.com, and soda. I have worked with Shane Hurlbut, ASC (Director of Photography for such films as 'Terminator Salvation', 'Need for Speed', and 'Into the Blue', among many others) as a ghostwriter and content creator for Hurlbut Academy's educational platform.
Other notable clients consist of Dick's Sporting Goods, Plastik TV, Warren Associates, and, perhaps most fruitful (forgive the pun), the back of bottle for Esfuerzo Wines.
I am a results-oriented copywriter/content strategist and begin every project by listening to the needs of my clients as well as conducting consumer analyses reports to determine most successful phrases and terminology for the most effective SEO. After my initial research into the market, I research my clients' competitors to weigh strengths and weaknesses. From there, I sketch out drafts of copy with comparable materials to ensure the best results. Finally, I dial the draft into its ultimate form for publishing.
As a blog and article writer, I bring my extensive experience from years of both creative and informative writing. With these combined skills, I am able to create compelling and succinct work that is pleasing to consumers without appearing daunting or insurmountable.
On top of all the above, I also produce and edit media in the form of documentary and educational content. (I use the pen name "Kulm" for branding purposes as I also produce films and wish to keep both worlds separate.)
A Little About Me...
Zack Kulm is drawn to stories that share real experiences. Whether it's his nonfiction that covers immigration patterns up the Santa Barbara Coastline or his fictional tellings of angst and immobility in claustrophobic Appalachia, Kulm is interested in truth, in all its terrible splendor.
Kulm is also an experienced screenwriter, ghost writer, and essayist, intent on his desire to spread literature and authorship into the realm of popular culture. "Let's celebrate writers and their works like the professional athletes and their game winning plays."