Who is the workshop for?
Designers who want to develop the written language skills to support their talents with visual language. Anyone working in design who wants to improve their ability to communicate ideas through words.
What will you learn?
What makes good writing goodWriting before the work - how to establish tone and styleWriting in the work - crafting good copyWriting around the work - how to pitch your work persuasivelyWriting about the work - how to reflect on the work for awards and PR
What to bring with you:
Your interest, enthusiasm and your burning writing questions. Upon sign-up you’ll be invited to answer some questions to help shape the content of the workshop, but we promise it won’t feel like homework.
About the facilitator
Mark Easterbrook is a freelance copywriter and creative director with 20 years experience in the communications and creative industries. He has written everything from hardcore retail advertising to poetic brand films to culturally sensitive government communications. He has an MA in Film, TV & Media Studies and has been a radio host, copywriter, bouncer, gravedigger, gas station attendant, charity board member and Programme Director of the Going West Writers Festival.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
101 Pakenham Street West, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010, New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand