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Erin O’Loughlin

Writer and communications officer

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Erin O’Loughlin

Writer and communications officer

A good design is instantly understandable, whether its images, actions, or, my favorite, words

Erin O’Loughlin has a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of business degree from the University of Ballarat, Australia. She works for Experientia as an editor, copy-writer and proofreader of English-language documents, as part of their commitment to high quality deliverables. She has lived and worked in Australia, Japan, Italy and Germany as an editor, writer and teacher. She has edited a number of books and academic papers, translated a book from Italian to English, and co-authored papers on behavioural change for sustainability.

At Experientia, Erin contributes to most written work, from client deliverables to marketing and communications. This includes video productions, conference papers and presentations, website and magazine articles, project booklets and copy for client projects.

A good design is instantly understandable, whether its images, actions, or, my favorite, words

Where do you find inspiration?

For my writing, I get inspiration from everywhere - life experience, little comments that people say, or that I overhear on the u-bahn.

How would you spend your days in an alternate universe?

I would happily spend them shuttling back and forth between all the places and people I love - because in my alternate universe, they would all be just a comfortable drive away from each other, with my favorite music playing on the radio.

What's your favourite project that you've worked on?

The ITC-ILO mini-documentary about creating decent work in rural economies, without a doubt.