About: James Street


The James Street mission is to contribute to your business’s success by writing clear, crisp content that engages your target audience.


Clients that are drawn to James Street tend to be small-to-medium sized business owners who love what they do and have a high level of expertise in their fields. They are involved in their community, build authentic networks, and use their contacts to help their own clients.


I help small-and-medium sized business owners communicate their value and stay in touch with their clients. For more information, please visit the Services page.

A note on client service:

As a James Street client, you can expect warm and caring client service that often evolves into a long term professional relationship. While I realize that competition exists, I prefer to build a collaborative community of professionals. If I am not the best fit for your project, and I know someone who is, I will recommend their services over my own. My top priority is that my clients connect with the best professional to help them reach their goals.

About: Erika Cuccaro

Erika Cuccaro — Photo by Styvesphotos

My writing and editing career began when I was assigned the quarterly newsletter for my department in the federal government. It was then that I discovered the satisfaction of detangling complex language and concepts, and smoothing them out into crisp content for a wide audience. In 2009, I took the plunge and started writing professionally…and I’ve never looked back!

Driven by curiosity, I enjoy meeting new people and finding out what makes them tick. In my work, I love digging deep into new subjects — researching, learning, absorbing information, and presenting it in a practical, easy-to-read format. An advocate for all topics, no matter how dry they may seem, it’s my job to make every single one sparkle.

A lifelong reader and writer, I always have a book or three on the go…and now I’m introducing my love of literature to my son and daughter. When I’m not reading, writing, or blogging, I’m probably in the kitchen experimenting with a new recipe, tackling a knitting project, or exploring Kemptville with Cooper the Cairn Terrier.