Barb Feldman

Toronto, Canada

Professional Experience

I work with companies to write B2B content, case studies and articles about agriculture, building, business, diversity, innovation and more, using storytelling to help make complicated or unfamiliar concepts accessible to non-specialist readers.


Copy Editor
15 Years
25 Years
25 Years


20 Years
Family, Children & Teenagers
10 Years
Other, Specify
10 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
5 Years
Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
5 Years
5 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

25 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Lester Publishing (10+), Naylor Publishing (1-2), Bowtie - Hobby Farms (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (3-5), MaRS Market Intelligence (3-5), Research, Innovation, Commercialization (RIC) Cent (1-2)

Foreign Language Skills

intermediate spoken and written French, basic German and Greek

Computer Skills

Word, Excel


laptop, digital camera, digital recorder

Work Permits & Visas

Canadian citizenship


on request


Editors' Association of Canada, Professional Writers Association of Canada



"Before Mom learned to drive..." A picture book for babies and toddlers to beginning readers. A story about the pleasure of growing up and of learning new skills -- at any age.
Before the kilometre-long Deh Cho Bridge opened, NWT's North Slave communities including Yellowknife often endured days- or even weeks-long disruptions during winter freeze-up and spring break-up. Crossing the river was hazardous or impossible and any supplies would have to be flown in.
Make Your Own Jewelry Book and Box and Butterfly Bangles and Ladybug Beads (both Reader's Digest Press, 1994 and 1996) sold more than 50,000 copies. I proposed concepts; designed projects; wrote instruction booklets; designed or sourced kit components; produced jewelry prototypes for photography.
Three years ago teacher Tracy Wheeler-Anderson started Naosap Harvest in her small community of Cranberry Portage, 800 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is now shipping organic lake-grown wild rice to gourmet restaurants and appreciative consumers around the world.
With "Uprising," EllisDon takes the suggestion box global, revolutionizing how the construction industry finds solutions for some of its biggest challenges.
The popularity of BYOD ("bring your own device") is growing. Organizations are beginning to recognize the benefits of increased employee flexibility, mobility and productivity when they allow and even encourage employees to use their own laptops, tablets, and smartphones for work.