When stories find their voice…
Once upon a time, stories were told, not read.
The oral tradition of storytelling is, in fact, one of humanity's oldest and still longest-running forms of communication. It is also the most effective in both entertainment and education.
The modern storyteller, however, tends to focus mostly on the tedious and often monotonous craft of writing. Even our favorite movies start out as screenplays—words on a page.
But writing books tends to be a very solitary activity. So when I get the chance to tell stories to a live audience or discuss the secrets of the craft with other storytellers, I jump at the chance.
If you are interested in hosting me for a conference, seminar, or retreat, please contact me directly so we can start a conversation.
I look forward to seeing what adventures we might embark upon together.
All my best,