About Michelle O'Connor
I've been wearing specs and writing words since I can remember.
In 2014 I graduated from Trinity College with a M.Phil in Gender Studies, having submit a thesis on the ways in which Victorian women showed their political alliances through the vocabulary they used when writing for the press. During this time I was also the Chief Copy Editor for the largest student publication in Trinity, The University Times.
Between 2014 and 2017, I worked in-house for Archbishop Marsh's Library, The Office of Public Works, and SpunOut.ie. Then, in 2017, Specky Scribbler was born. As Specky Scribbler, I've worked with global airlines, University College Dublin, Comfort Keepers, and an international Data Science Educational Platform, SuperDataScience.
No matter the project, I can guide you in the right direction and pick the perfect words to tell your story.
Everything I write starts as a scribble on a piece of paper... see what I can scribble for you.