Here’s the photos from the day of shooting my short film Who’s the Boss? a couple of years back.
A five minute short, this comedy is set in an office where a boss gets a comeuppance from his employees. Filmed in the green screen of Chromacode studios, the final piece is in post-production where it will be animated over.
A while back I posted about my next portfolio goal, namely the creation of three film scripts.
With the goal slightly altered (one of the scripts is undergoing some change, so I completed another TV script instead), I have now added the log lines of these three scripts to my speculative page.
These scripts were all written on Amazon Storywriter, a free and as far as I’m concerned perfectly great resource for any scriptwriter to use. One of my favourite things about this software is that I can use it even when offline (hence some of the ‘never synced’ captions in the featured image above – although I’ll sync them now).
I return home to the UK from Melbourne soon, so I’ll be finding out what’s the next stage for someone with some scripts under their belt…
My first paid and published travel article has appeared in Travelicious. It is the story of my experience climbing the mountain of Sri Pada, or Adam’s Peak, in Sri Lanka. You can read the story on Travelicious’ website here.
I am going to be writing a lot more travel articles now, and even have a temporary blog at karltravels.com. This is a wordpress.org site that travelicious have provided basic training for in how to run and operate. In the future I will merge big ship copywriting and karl travels into one site, both to keep things simple and reflect the evolution of my work.
I want to get paid for writing articles, and so I’ve started putting together some of my stories from travelling to get my skills up to scratch. First up; the time I met a bad man and a good man in Pune, India. You can read the short story here on Medium.
It’s a story of two Indian men I met in the same bar on two different days. One man took advantage of me, making me pay for the drinks without so much as a thank you, while the other man treated me to food, drinks, offered me a job and told me to follow my heart.
Like I say in the story: What a guy!