Storyboarding Workshop / 16 December 2021 12pm – 1pm

$15.00$25.00

Guest Speaker – Story Morehouse

Story will briefly cover a little about the creative industry and where in particular storyboarding fits in, camera shots storyboard artists use and when; the relationship between characters and their environments; the importance of expressions and micro-expressions; and how to learn to storyboard in your own time – resources and exercises that will help! 

Originally from Aotearoa-New Zealand, Story Hemi-Morehouse is a Maori creative – who took her professional and creative background in Scriptwriting and Animation, and ran! She now works solo, as a full-time, freelance Illustrator / Writer – for Indigenous Polynesian-based picture books and stories.

Now Brisbane based, Story has three Maori picture-books being released this year (2021) and continues to explore the cross-roads between Western and Indigenous story-telling through animism and graphic novels. She hopes to inspire other young, Indigenous creators to represent themselves through their art, and tell their own histories.

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Guest Speaker – Story Morehouse

Story will briefly cover a little about the creative industry and where in particular storyboarding fits in, camera shots storyboard artists use and when; the relationship between characters and their environments; the importance of expressions and micro-expressions; and how to learn to storyboard in your own time – resources and exercises that will help! 

Originally from Aotearoa-New Zealand, Story Hemi-Morehouse is a Maori creative – who took her professional and creative background in Scriptwriting and Animation, and ran! She now works solo, as a full-time, freelance Illustrator / Writer – for Indigenous Polynesian-based picture books and stories.

Now Brisbane based, Story has three Maori picture-books being released this year (2021) and continues to explore the cross-roads between Western and Indigenous story-telling through animism and graphic novels. She hopes to inspire other young, Indigenous creators to represent themselves through their art, and tell their own histories.

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General Admission, Student, Teacher