Randiah Camille Green writer bio

A natural-born storyteller

I have been a writer for as long as I can remember. It started with short stories and poetry when I was eight years old, continued with my time at the University of Toledo where I learned the ropes as a news reporter, and blossomed in Tokyo where I was a writer and Chief Editor at of one of the biggest English media companies in Japan.

Combining journalistic standards of accuracy and in-depth reporting with engaging storytelling is where I thrive. I have written about traveling in Japan, training as a Buddhist monk, university scandals, protests, breaking news, and beyond. If there’s one thing I know how to do, it’s paint a vivid picture with both words and visuals that will draw the reader straight into the story.

After a four-year journey working in Japan as an English teacher and digital content writer/editor, I am now based in my hometown of Detroit, Michigan.



Previous work includes articles covering travel, features, culture, history, and news.

Video production and narration

What would it be like to stay overnight in a haunted hotel? How did the Black Lives Matter movement affect Black Americans in Japan? Find out with these videos, executive produced by me.

Social media/marketing

Instagram campaigns and witty Facebook captions. Incoming traffic ahead.

Editing/Copy Editing

Website copy, digital content, and print media.

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