Finding Your Voice: Telling it YOUR way so that your work is remembered

Room: Final Draft Hall
Time: Friday 6:30pm

(T&H)

with Jen Grisanti

Finding Your Voice: Telling it YOUR way so that your work is remembered image

Your voice is what connects you to your audience. It defines your worldview. When written well, it tells your audience what you want to say with your story. Your voice is what sets you apart from the masses. Understand how to identify your voice and use it to establish why you are the perfect writer for your project.

In this workshop, you will learn the techniques of identifying your trigger life moments and dilemmas. Through digging deep, you will see the common themes that come up in your life. It is these themes that give you something to say. You will also learn how to use your voice in the meetings that you take. This will help to distinguish you from all of the other writers. It will be why they remember you.

Many writers struggle with how to identify their voice. This struggle is what prevents them from elevating their work to the next level. If you want to define how to use your voice in a way that will get you to where you want to go, you do not want to miss this class.

Appearing in this session

Jen Grisanti

Jen Grisanti – Story / Career Consultant

Credits include: TV Writing Tool Kit: How To Write a Script That Sells

Drawing on her experience as a studio exec, Jen guides writers to shape their material, hone their pitches and focus their careers.
Jen Grisanti