2401 24th Ave E
We all know our scripts should tell a compelling story and be an entertaining read. But as a blueprint for visual media we must learn to write scripts so what appears on the screen is VISUALLY interesting, as well.
Explore techniques for incorporating visual interest, examples of good visual writing, and innovative approaches to writing from a visual perspective. Using a digital camera, capture action and motion to tell a story with minimal reliance on exposition.
Michael Walker has previously presented his short course, “Visual Storytelling” through the University of Washington’s Experimental College. Michael is a Compendium Member of the Northwest Screenwriters Guild.
This is a part of the Northwest Screenwriters Guild 2019 workshop series.