Both Matt Bolch and Jill Rose bring many years of professional writing and communications to Landscape Creative. They worked together on various projects for a decade before forming the company in an effort to provide the best possible editorial and communications services possible to companies of all sizes. Matt and Jill believe that strong, well-written content forms the basis of any successful marketing strategy.
Matt Bolch has worked as a professional writer and editor for 25 years, 15 of them as an independent communications practitioner. His broad-based newspaper journalism background includes nine years as an editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
At his former company, Matt Bolch Ink, he wrote for dozens of trade, general business, and consumer publications in a wide variety of industries. In the three years prior to co-founding Landscape Creative, Matt edited B2B magazines in the health care and HR industries and began transitioning part of his business from journalism to corporate communications, writing white papers, case studies, blogs, website copy, press releases, and corporate collateral.
Matt has won numerous writing awards, including those from Folio magazine and the Magazine Association of the Southeast. He holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from Middle Tennessee State University. In 2011, he was enshrined on the Wall of Fame at MTSU's College of Mass Communications for his contributions to the practice of journalism.
Matt is a member of the Technology Association of Georgia, HIMSS and the Decatur Business Association. He also serves on the board of directors of the Middle Tennessee State University National Alumni Association.
Jill Rose has been involved with B2B publishing for more than 20 years. Her experience ranges from association magazines and how-to newsletters to launching a highly acclaimed desktop publishing design magazine and running the editorial department of a fast-growing business publisher.
Most recently, Jill was the editor-in-chief of American Executive (leadership, finance, and best practices for C-level executives in mid-sized companies), Inside Healthcare (topics of interest to hospital CEOs), Energy Today (topics of interest to senior utility and oil & gas executives), and Education Executive (for heads of universities, community colleges, and school districts).
Prior to that, Jill held positions including editor-in-chief of The Manufacturer, managing editor at Cutter Consortium, editor of the Netweek section of PC Week, editor of IDG’s Microsoft Publisher for Dummies newsletter, editor-in-chief of Technique Magazine, and managing editor of NADTP Journal.
Jill is also the co-owner of North Shore Dish. The highly successful magazine-style blog covers all things food related on Boston’s North Shore, including restaurant openings, food events, interesting chefs, gourmet/specialty markets, farmers markets, and restaurant reviews. The Dish has a popular Twitter feed, a Facebook page, an event calendar, and advertising support. It is a regular contributor to the Boston Globe's North section.
Jill holds a BA in Communications from Emerson College. She has won numerous awards for writing, including one gold and two silver Eddie awards from Folio magazine in 2009. She is an active member of the North Shore Technology Council and a frequent judge for B2B publication awards.