Gay Eyerman has earned a reputation as a talented professional freelance writer and video producer in the Cleveland and Akron area. After graduating from Ohio University with a degree in Communication, she headed for Chicago where she produced educational videos and taught courses in production.
Four years later, Gay drove west in a rusty Honda Civic pulling a U-Haul trailer across the Great Plains. She took a job as writer/producer at a CBS-TV station in Casper, Wyoming. In a state where sheep outnumber people, she learned to drive a pick-up, produce local commercials and direct live newscasts.
Returning to Cleveland, Gay became a video editor at WEWS-TV and production instructor at Lakeland Community College. With that experience, she landed a job as writer/producer in the video department of Case Western Reserve University and won an International Television Association Golden Reel.
Ready to go to the next level, Gay joined Cinecraft Productions and focused on scriptwriting and producing.
Deciding to launch her own freelance writing business, she has built her career helping clients improve communication and marketing. In 2019 she earned an Emmy for her production of "The Cuyahoga 50 Years Later: Celebrating the Comeback of the Burning River" for the Ohio EPA. She continues to serve clients large and small as writer/producer for digital media and video.
Gay has earned a reputation for...