Robin loves ghostwriting content in her clients’ personal voices. She crafts clear, concise stories for their intended audiences, freeing them to use their energies elsewhere. Since 2011, Green Treehouse Media, LLC has specialized in collaborative copywriting and editing for individuals, small business owners, corporations, and nonprofits in a style that’s deeply “rooted and grounded in a love of words.”
A Louisville, Kentucky native, Robin moved to South Florida 15 years ago with her husband, their six-year-old son, and two elderly chocolate Labs. While still unpacking their boxes, the first of four major hurricanes unexpectedly thundered into town. It was during that tumultuous summer of undeniable change that Robin first began to look inward and finally explore her life-long dream of writing.
Needing a break from the stress of patient care, Robin leveraged her 15 years of experience as a licensed physical therapist and began writing health and wellness articles for professional medical journals. During that time she also took on a number of volunteer responsibilities in her new community, which included working in the rehabilitation department of a sea turtle rescue organization and tutoring elementary students in reading. She also began exploring the ancient practice of walking the labyrinth as a tool for health and wellness. Today, as a member of the Veriditas International Association (VIA) of Professional Labyrinth Facilitators, she continues to facilitate creative writing workshops, labyrinth walks and wellness retreats for corporations, health care facilities, houses of worship, schools, communities, and individuals via her other company, Labyrinth Wellness LLC.
When not writing for clients, Robin is reading or listening to audiobooks, walking the beach, writing poetry, volunteering for local causes with her husband, serving as a board member for FemCity West Palm Beach, or late-night binging on Netflix and popcorn if her son’s home from college. A quiet, friendly introvert, she’s passionate about antique typewriters, environmental issues, treehouses, libraries and the smell of old books. She’s rarely spotted without her laptop, journal, coffee mug and yellow Lab, Lily.