Teresa Earle is a writer, consultant and producer based in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Some of my favourite projects involve small business, travel, nature discovery, community organizing and working with bright, creative people with great ideas.
I'm a freelance writer, which in my case means I do some copywriting, teach workshops, and write magazine articles and books. For several years I was a science and nature columnist in our local paper. I also manage my husband's photography business and collaborate with him on assignments, multimedia and film projects. To learn more about our work together, visit Fritz Mueller Visuals and Sagafish Media.
I've also developed some expertise in my vast backyard (Canada's North) that lets me take on some great consulting and content development projects. Most focus on the tourism industry, business development, cultural industries, natural resources, conservation, publishing and marketing communications. I'm a multi-tasking wizard with strong communication, facilitation and project management skills. Recently I participated in intensive filmmaking programs with the National Film Board and Maine Media. I have a BA in International Relations from the University of British Columbia and a certificate from the Writing and Publishing Program at Simon Fraser University.
October 2012: This fall I produced a couple of photo shoots for the Canadian Tourism Commission
September 2012: Just filed a travel feature for Canadian Geographic slated for the March 2013 issue.
June 2012: Official tweeter for @travelyukon during #GoMedia12, also busy @teresaearle
May 2012: Watch Singing Wood, my micro-doc produced in Maine
April/May 2012: Gone to Maine, USA for a month to attend film school!
March 2012: 'Tis the season: fiscal year-end for govt means converging deadlines on projects with INAC, Environment Yukon, Tourism Yukon.
March 2012: Selected to participate in Yukon Voices, a National Film Board workshop for emerging filmmakers and storytellers
January 2012: USA book launch this month and... got a quarter-page review in the Wall Street Journal!!
Winter 2011: Very excited by the national press the book is getting: Globe & Mail, Vancouver Sun, Montreal Gazette, Winnipeg Free Press, and more to come!
Winter 2011: I'm working with Yukon's Public Service Commission to develop new writing workshops for Yukon government employees
November 25, 2011: Fritz and I were national finalists at the Canadian Tourism Awards, nominated for our longtime support of and partnerships with the tourism industry.
October 2011: Our new book, Yukon - A Wilder Place, was released across Canada
July 2011: Our photostory on Mount Logan was featured in the July/Aug 2011 issue of Canadian Geographic.
July 2011: Penning some of the profiles for the CTC's exclusive new Signature Experiences Collection