In podcast episode 12, "Branding is Your Story," Kirk and Jeff use movies and superhero stories to explain the importance of character development and how they mold stories together. Kirk uses the example from the movie "Now You See Me" to describe the problems of...
In Once Upon a Time episode 33, we talk about the importance of storytelling and what makes an audience listen to a good plot in the ‘Ted Lasso’ Show or the classic movies that have been around for decades. Cognitive and strategic storytelling is crucial...
Strategic Communicator, Author, Producer
Kirk Westwood is a storyteller. He is the co-founder and CEO of Glass River Media.
Kirk has contributed to Hollywood films, television programs, national commercials and music videos. He has worked freelance as a photographer, blogger, web-streamer, and consultant; and for the government as a Communications Specialist and Public Affairs Specialist.
No matter what his professional title has been, Kirk's job description has always been a variation of the same thing: to tell stories.
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