James Scarborough has edited manuscripts, essays, business publications, and creative writing. He has also written grant proposals, public relations/marketing documents (press releases, crisis management statements, white papers, brochures, newsletters, web site content, educational material, trade show and conference material, and articles for publication in the general and trade-specific press), ghostwritten articles, technical writing, and Requests For Proposal.
He has designed and delivered social media campaigns on a personal blog, two corporate blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
And he has curated or otherwise worked on 100+ art exhibitions for various institutions and free-lance.
-Edited manuscripts for The Lapis Press, numerous art museums, an art magazine, a fiduciary and a legal firm, and free-lance.
-Over 150 grant proposals written, including, in 2009, a successful $50,000 NEA “Obama Grant” for International City Theatre.
-Wrote press releases, brochures, newsletters and didactic material for a law firm, a fiduciary firm, a construction firm, and several art museums.
-“Avoiding Bulk Sales Pitfalls,” Long Beach Business Journal, August 3-16, 2004
-“Easy as ABC,’ The Deal, February 9, 2004
-“ABC is Alternative to BK,” Big News for smaller firms,” November/December 2003
-Researched and wrote copy for client brochures, data sheets, and white papers. Clients included Apigee, Exalogic, Apache, Virtustream, and Qlikview.
-Wrote successful Requests for Proposals for construction firm.
-Covered (analyzed, interpreted) over 600 scripts for three film distribution companies.
-Conceived, wrote, and edited copy for personal blogs (What the Butler Saw and The Huffington Post) and for corporate blogs and web sites. Served as Webmaster for law firm and fiduciary firm.
-Conceived, managed, or otherwise worked on 100+ art exhibitions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Newport Harbor Art Museum (now the Orange County Museum of Art); the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma; the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University; PICTURE Cultural Art, California State University, Dominguez Hills; and free lance.