Writer & Editor
Tiffany Hill is a freelance writer and editor with more than a decade of professional experience who specializes in business, travel and culture writing. She’s from Honolulu, Hawaii and now lives in Portland, Oregon.
Tiffany regularly chronicles newsworthy people, timely events and thought provoking pieces for local publications, including Hawaii Business magazine, Hawaii magazine, Alaska Airlines magazine, hawaiianairlines.com and more.
Writing & Editing Services
- Print and online editorials
- Marketing and advertising
- Press releases
Hawaii legalized medical marijuana in 2000 but never made it easy for qualified patients to obtain it. Sixteen years later, the law finally caught up: Eight companies are preparing to open stores statewide that will sell state-tested and regulated medical marijuana for Hawaii’s roughly 14,000 registered patients. This in-depth feature spotlights the patients, doctors and businesspeople inside this emerging legal industry.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) was created in 1978 during Hawaii’s state constitutional convention as a way to improve the conditions of Native Hawaiians through education, health, economic self-sufficiency, even protecting the land. But during its 41-year existence, the semiautonomous organization has been plagued with scandals, infighting and a negative public image it can’t shake. This feature looks at how the agency is addressing these problems and what’s in store for its future.
In the summer of 2016, Oahu suffered the worst outbreak of Hepatitis A in 20 years—nearly 300 people were infected. This cover story feature tracks the meticulous two-month investigation of Hawaii state Department of Health team that broke the case wide open and found the source of the disease: tainted scallops.
Eating Hawaiian food is integral part of experiencing the Islands, its traditions, culture and peoples. This comprehensive feature for Beyond, the inflight magazine of Alaska Airlines, details this history of traditional Hawaiian foods and the ways in which chefs, farmers and the community utilize and interact with these staples today.
Father and son, Pilipo and Greg Solatorio call Halawa Valley more than home. Preserving and educating all who traverse through the lush east Molokai valley is their kuleana, or responsibility. This profile feature follows the pair through the valley as they share stories of their life and the valley’s history.
Working with Tiffany Hill
“Tiffany Hill consistently produces quality work. Whether it’s a feature story for our print publication or a short story for our website, it’s obvious to me that she puts the right amount of effort into her stories to complete them. She’s also very dependable and meets her deadlines regularly. I know that if I assign a story to Tiffany it will be done well and turned in on time.”
“I work with many freelance writers and Tiffany Hill is one of our most prolific writers. I know I can count on her to consistently produce high-quality work on deadline. She is adept at covering a wide range of subjects and approaches every assignment, no matter how mundane, with enthusiasm. Not only is she an excellent writer, but she is very personable and pleasant to work with.”
“Tiffany Hill is one of my go-to contributing writers. She can take a complicated issue and writes a feature that covers the conflicts, consequences and nuances of the issue intelligently, yet is also a pleasure to read. Almost as important, she delivers her stories on time and at the length we agreed on.”
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