If you’re looking for a professional writer who is passionate about what they put on the page, professional in the way they present themselves and delivers content on time in accordance to deadlines, Alexis Marie Chute is by far a great writer to work with. In the time Alexis has been writing for my publication, I have been quite pleased with the quality she sends every time. Her work hardly, if ever, requires editing and provides a thoughtful read for my readers.”
Amanda Van Slyke, Editor Flurt Magazine
A letter Alexis Marie Chute wrote is used for teaching staff members in perinatal bereavement with Alberta Health Services. There is many a nurse that has reached for a tissue during the reading of this powerful message. Alexis Marie’s blog – Wanted, Chosen, Planned – has a large following. This also speaks to the power of her words and her beautiful photography.”
Patti Walker, Regional Bereavement Coordinator, Alberta Health Services
Alexis Marie is an outgoing, highly creative and organized individual with a broad range of skills. As a writer, it is important to value the many avenues to expressing oneself with words – Alexis Marie has both traditional and modern genres under her belt.”
Cassandra Goldwater, MFA, MBA, adjunct instructor, writer, photographer
Alexis Marie is a wonderful encourager and collaborator, and her work inspires others to see the world and themselves in new ways. She is extremely talented and she is also just a really lovely, down–to–earth person.”
Jody Stark, University Instructor
My mentoring sessions with Alexis Marie changed my view on how I was doing things. I learned that I wasn’t doing anything wrong, but there is so many more things I could be doing right. I no longer sit around and wait to be discovered, I go out into the world and make people discover me.
Alexis Marie gave me direction, and taught me ways of achieving my goals I didn’t know existed. She taught me how to connect with people through words and construct a more powerful self-image that people would be intrigued with. I learned how to turn my weakness into strength and how to use my strength in the right way. Before Alexis Marie’s mentoring I was running in circles, now I’m finally on the right track.”
Evan Crawford, Musician, Mentoring Client
Alexis Marie Chute is an engaging presenter with lively interactive exercises that stimulate memoir writing. I was so immersed in where my writing was headed, I just wanted to stay in my hotel room and keep writing instead of attending any more sessions.”
Judith Silverthorne, Writer, Executive Director Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild
Being mentored. A wonderful experience of discovery and focus.
The best part about guidance from Alexis Marie Chute, professional artist, has been the inexhaustible amount of knowledge she can apply to your situation or seemingly unsolvable problem. Alexis Marie honestly and without judgement pointed out that in my case, spreading myself too thin with multiple projects and talents, would only result in a lack of finishing my projects and that I needed to find my focus or passion, and specialize.
After two weeks of intense thought on the homework she gave, I came up with precise lists of capabilities, skill levels and what I enjoyed the most. Alexis Marie used effective constructive criticism to then guide my focus as to how I would approach selling my products and gave suggestions for solving the problem in a positive and productive manner. As someone increasingly interested in the arts I would recommend her to anyone interested in putting in the time to seriously start their own artistic endeavours.
On that note, she is a kind and enthusiastic individual whose talent is beyond paint and portrait. Her life experience lends to her awareness of the sensitivity others may need and contributes to her knowledge that sometimes life doesn’t work out as planned so we all periodically need a little encouragement to seek out our hearts’ desires.”
Heather Groeller, Artisan, Mentoring Client
Alexis Marie’s reader savvy, candid feedback, and gentle direction helped me clarify my intent and sharpen my writing.”