Hey, I'm Morgan. I use words, video, and design to tell stories.
Currently, I'm the editor and content manager at Crash. By night, I work on stories.
I'd love to meet you—drop a note in the comments below!
I started as a content creator and community manager apprentice. Now, I'm honored to be the editor and content manager at Crash. I run our social media, manage our editorial calendar and make sure content goes out every day on the blog, create Webflow landing pages, and more.
As part of the media team, I directed multiple livestream shows; ran broadcast cameras during weekend services and events–including an RZIM conference and Lecrae concert–produced sports highlight videos; edited and manned lyric slides; and switched livestream video. During the week, I'd write and edit copy for the communications team–which went out on social media, their website, and bulletins–and create targeted emails for upcoming events.
I spent a summer working full-time at my local Chick-fil-A. I quickly became one of the fastest employees on the drive-through window and was known for happily organizing equipment and condiments, building relationships with guests, and keeping a smile on my face even when things got tough. I was always willing to do any task assigned to me, and before I left, my manager told me I'd always have a job there if I needed it–she wouldn't hesitate to hire me again.
A new newsletter I'm writing. Stories, documentation, marketing, truth. Subscribe here!
I did it. I published something every day for a month. It was hard, but it was good. Here’s what I’d share with anyone about to blog.
Landing pages are fantastic ways to get people interested in an idea or product. But you’ve got to sell quick. So how do you get one to work?
Five simple steps anyone can take to become a writer. Hint: you've just got to write. On something. Anything. Just write.
A realistic-futuristic novel about a seventeen-year-old foster kid in New York of 2034. Explores the future of immigration. Currently almost 500k words.
I want to see more people driving with Aceable. And I believe an updated website would help you do that. So I made you one.
Editing what you write is always important, no matter what. Even if it’s a short blog post, making sure it’s as good as possible makes a huge difference in how people respond to your work.
This is a minimalist, to-the-point grammar site, where everything you learn takes less than five minutes. Created to help you write well.
A place where I write. Documentation on what it's like working at a startup, short stories, updates, projects, thoughts on writing, and more.
Here's a content calendar I created just for Webflow—it's got two week's worth of content ideas that I'd love to take action on!
Takes apart problems and finds ways to make things work. Great at finding solutions others miss. Understands the parts and can build a better whole.Learn More →
Learn more: https://crash.co/discover/result/ee917fd7-d842-4c53-bb08-50d7710aeba1