Internal structure that makes external sense

In an earlier post I talked about the Ask as a fundamental part of any project, and of the need to be aware of what Asks we make of collaborators, partners, possible funders and not least ourselves. This post will look at another need, one that predates those Asks and give them the sound foundation…Read more Internal structure that makes external sense

F/S 2017 – where storytellers meet

It’s a challenging proposition, summing up an experience as complex as ForwardSlashStory 2017, or F/S2017 for short. From experience I know that many of the revelations from the event will become apparent only later, in some cases much later. It’s like when you feel you need to sleep on something to get it right, only…Read more F/S 2017 – where storytellers meet

Musically Speaking – storytelling on a musical framework

Since we started our own production company last spring (feel free to visit us here and sign up for the newsletter 🙂 ) we’ve been working on a number of different projects, ranging from creating marketing campaigns to assisting with though leadership projects, from TV-series about YouTubers to GPS-based storytelling in a city-setting. Although few…Read more Musically Speaking – storytelling on a musical framework

Only as strong as your weakest link

  When developing stories and projects and creating and producing content today, the temptations are endless. Today we no longer need to ’only’ write a book or ’only’ create a movie script, the possibilities are manifold and the possible rewards huge. On this blog I’ve been promoting the principles and methods of – well, call…Read more Only as strong as your weakest link

Laughter and lightness – an interview with Christy Dena

This interview with Christy Dena was done for the publication One Year In Now Media Vol IV. Here it is, complete with embedded presentations of the projects mentioned. AUTHENTIC IN ALL CAPS won a number of awards in 2014, so this was probably a pretty neat year for you? What were the highlights?   Yes,…Read more Laughter and lightness – an interview with Christy Dena