18 years ago I received another detention for drawing on my homework. As I sat there trying to write an essay on “Why I shouldn’t draw in class”, I couldn’t think of a good enough reason. It was the best way to put down my thoughts, how I’d remember my french verbs but most of all it was how I explained myself. When we explain something verbally, our imagination adds in so much more detail. What did you picture when you read the story above? Was there a teacher present? What did the classroom look like? Was there a classroom at all?
Storyboards can dramatically alter the perception of your idea. Within seconds they can enlighten and excite, but also divide opinion. The responsibility to capture an audience in those first few seconds has always been very important to me, and is the fundamental drive behind Storyboard London.
Lover of dining (but not cooking), mingling, festival-ing, zumbering, sleeping, oh and of course producing storyboards. I enjoy the on going challenges that are thrown at us day in and day out and it's always fulfilling to see the end results!
Connoisseur of sausages & mash and expert day dreamer. When I'm not drawing, painting, or producing storyboards I like to baffle my friends with facts (whether they like it or not). Did you know the international space station is traveling at around 17,000mph? I also own my own teeth.
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