Cassie McClure




Vision. Words. Creation. 

You’re probably here either by clicking through my email signature or searching me out of the web.

Either way, welcome! Poke around to find out more about what I do and who I am.

And, if you’re in need of a writer, let’s build a relationship. Content writing, press releases, articles of any shape or manner: we can make it happen together. I want to tell your story your way.



(575) 312-3242


Areas of Writing and Professional Work


I've had whiskey with jovial bands and heard people chat about their joy with a harp. It's been my delight to cover things from classical music festivals to beer fests. If you're a musician, comedian, dancer, and seek to entertain the world, let me share your story. 


Let's add another thousand words to your article and shoot some pictures that capture more than words, but also the light and environment that make up the mood. From pictures of mouth watering food or a new angle on the routine groundbreaking shot, I can help. 

Column, "My So-called Millennial Life"

Back in March 2016, I was tapped to write a column about being a millennial in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Twice a month, I shake my fist at how entitled other generations think we are and detail exactly how much avocado toast I eat.

English Editing

A restaurant I ate at once in El Paso, Texas noted on their menu a "Mostly Fresh Salad." 

Don't be that restaurant. Get an English native to look over your menus, signs, and brochures to make sure it makes sense to your business, and your customers. 

Public Relations

Do you need a forward facing person who works with portraying your organization to the press and to your customers? From press releases to blog content for your company's website, let me know how I can shine the best light on your business.              


I not only do, but I also teach. I've taught first-year freshman English Composition and mid-career employees at a call center. My motto is: Take Risks to Learn. Everyone writes, now learn to expand from who you are in your head to the written words on the page. 


Above all else, it is about leaving a mark that I existed: I was here. I was hungry. I was defeated. I was happy. I was sad. I was in love. I was afraid. I was hopeful. I had an idea and I had a good purpose and that’s why I made works of art.
— Felix Gonzalez-Torres


Let's Chat!

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