I’m Nat Stewart. I’m a writer, tutor, and editor who shares tips, resources, and essays on writing well. I believe that clear communication is more essential now than ever, and it’s my goal to help all my clients and readers become critical thinkers and effective communicators.
So what qualifies me to give advice on this stuff?
I’ve been a university writing tutor and peer mentor since 2015, and the resources I created to help students improve their writing skills are still used there every day. I’ve also completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, stream in Public Relations with a minor in Marketing and selected courses in Creative Writing, which is as useful as it is wordy! Finally, I’ve worked as a journalist, copy editor, tutor, and freelance contributor for several publications in a variety of genres. You can look at my work in my Portfolio.
If you’re interested in writing, editing, or getting better at either one, I recommend staying tuned!
I grew up in Prince George, making snowmen in the winters and swimming in BC’s beautiful lakes all summer long. In 2015, I moved to Kamloops to enroll in Thompson Rivers University’s Communication program. In the spring of 2020, I graduated from the Bachelor of Arts in Communication, stream in Public Relations program with a minor in Marketing and selected courses in Creative Writing.
Throughout my education and after its completion, I wrote news articles, blog posts, short stories, sales copy, press releases, white papers, and more marketing analyses than I care to recall. I also produced content for social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram campaigns and live-streamed video promotions. I’ve put my communication skills to work in photographic form, too, designing posters and promotional materials and providing photos for various projects.
Everything I learn makes me want to know more, and I’m so excited to share my passion for communication with all of you. Let’s get excited about getting better, marvel at the impact even a single message can make, and reflect cautiously on the great responsibility that comes with this great power (and maybe low-key reference Spider Man while we’re at it).