Ray Ian Ampoloquio
Video Game Enthusiast - Creative English Writer
Last active: 1 day ago
First starting out as a virtual assistant outside of oDesk, I aimed to gradually improve my skills as a writer. Once I was confident enough with my skills, I began applying for writing jobs and worked on my own. I haven't looked back since then.
Over the past three years, I've worked mainly as a freelance writer here in oDesk, dealing with various clients and working on all sorts of written pieces.
As such, I've grown to become quite the flexible worker, given that I've had to adapt to whatever my client required of me. Usually working as an anonymous ghost writer, I've worked as an editor, a viral content curator, a viral content researcher, an eBook writer, a news article writer, a video game reviewer, and so on and so forth.
Being mainly a ghost writer has its perks too, as I've had to assume the identity of the many clients / authors I've worked with. It's taught me to pay great attention to detail and to make sure that I keep myself as organized as possible.
Over the years, I've gradually evolved to become quite the dynamic writer, if I say so myself.
Always working with an open mind and an open ear, I welcome criticism in its every form. If you're my client, rest assured that I'll listen to whatever you have to say about the quality of my work, whether it be good or bad.
As a freelancer, my work has always been about learning and experience first, because I know that money will come by soon enough. This goes in line with my main interest, which is to grow as a writer and as a person, in general.
Young, educated, competent and enthusiastic, I am a writer that just doesn't write for the sake of writing. Rather, I write because I want to learn and I want to educate other people.
If you're looking for a writer, or someone who's highly opinionated when it comes to video games, let me know and maybe we can work something out. .