Rudy Yuly


Seattle, USA

Rudy Yuly

The world teems with stories.
Bringing them to light and giving them form is my passion.


UWIT Annual Report - Writer and Editor

It’s a world where treatments for viruses can be developed in weeks instead of years. Where cancer tumors can be eliminated quickly and completely. Where global warming can be tackled by neutralizing carbon dioxide, and antidotes can efficiently nullify toxins.
University of Washington Information Technology Link to Story

UW College of Education Annual Report - Lead Writer

As the teachers dive into the work, there’s palpable energy in the room. Intense discussion is punctuated by occasional laughter. At one table, the conversation focuses on ways to help kids understand the subtle difference between logical and scientific reasoning. At another table, ideas are shared about how to help kids conceptually distinguish between weight and mass and understand how both affect motion.
University of Washington College of Education Link to Story

Jason Yip: Partnering with kids to design learning technology

When new iSchool Assistant Professor of Digital Youth Jason Yip was a young kid growing up near Washington, D.C., one of his favorite pastimes was learning about science by exploring the area’s world-class museums. “Not that I don’t love Seattle—but one thing Seattle does not have is free museums,” Yip said.
University of Washington Information School Link to Story

Indigenous leader notes Arctic security includes food, housing and clothing

Before the Arctic Council began its work, University of Toronto Professor, Franklyn Griffiths, and Inuit leader, Rosemarie Kuptana, traveled across the vast Canadian Arctic gathering local opinions from its widely scattered inhabitants on how the Council should be structured. “We wanted a body that would bring together all the Arctic countries and allow them to learn from each other and cooperate—to stop each of them from having to reinvent the wheel on a wide range of issues,” Griffiths said.
University of Washington Jackson School of International Studies Link to Story

Luly Yang Couture - Absoluly Martini, consulting editor

To see a martini in its proper glass is a vision of strength in simplicity, fluidity and luster. Look deeper and colors appear, textures form, and the simple belies a complex artistry of reactions. With Absoluly Martini, Luly finds inspiration in the diversity of classic cocktails and cohesion of their glass design.

Starbucks Inclusion


Starbucks Global Responsibility - Open for Discussion

I designed and wrote this campaign for Starbucks Global Responsibility to promote Starbucks stores as community meeting places.

Luly Yang Couture, A Monarch's Tale: Story by Luly and Rudy

What started simply as a dream becomes a soaring flight of transformation. Through colorful and extraordinary worlds, A Monarch’s Tale draws inspiration from the fantastical journey of The Monarch Butterfly Dress. Paralleling the growth of Luly herself—this couture collection realizes exotic and diverse locations, from the Grand Canyon to a bamboo forest, through dynamic use of texture, color, and draping.
Luly Yang Couture Link to Story

Follow the Bean: Navigating Value and Vulnerability with Farmers and their Stakeholders

Collaboration with Melissa Cliver Design and Research Link to Story

New Organizational Models Open Research in financial services.

Overview of research from The Institute for Money Technology and Financial Inclusion. International research investigating how individuals who earn only dollars perday store, share, spend, save and manage money. Particular emphasis is placed on design principles for new financial services.
Collaboration with Melissa Cliver Design and Research Link to Story

Sparkle. Crime Scene Cleaners Book One, By Rudy Yuly

Death is in the news every day, and if people stop to give it a second thought they most likely think of the void left in the lives of the living, the emotional mess it creates when someone dies or is killed. Very few people, however, think about the nuts and bolts of death-the literal mess it makes.
Amazon books Link to Story

Fossil River - Development Editor, Writer's Lifeline

Fossil fuel has an ageless affinity with dinosaurs. To create oil, dinosaurs died. Now, in this riveting action thriller, the tables are turning! As the energy storm intensifies, the nation’s access to Arab oil, once supplying over sixty percent of our fossil fuel, is being threatened causing citizens to panic for lack of gas at the pumps, stranding cars across the country and inciting riots.


Rudy Yuly

My passion is taking complex ideas and turning them into clear, compelling, impactful stories.

I'm an independent senior content strategist, writer, and editor for clients including Microsoft, Cisco Systems, the University of Washington, and others.

Represented as a novelist, ghostwriter, and screenwriter by Atchity Entertainment International (AEI), Los Angeles, my debut novel "Sparkle"​ was named one of the Top Five Books of The Year by Crime Fiction Lover. Book two in the series, "Blood and Friends" will be released soon.

Specialties: Voice and tone, storytelling, brand identity, customer engagement, accessibility, social responsibility, higher education, fiction and nonfiction books (editing, development, ghostwriting), profiles, biographies, scripts, and music.



  • Songwriting
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Screenwriting
  • Editorial Strategy
  • Executive Ghostwriting
  • Fiction and nonfiction books
  • Messaging
  • Storytelling