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CMC Content Manager & Writer, Editor, Project Manager
Tom Jordan is a freelance writer, editor and project manager based in Sheffield. As well as being the Content Manager and Blogging Editor for this year’s CMC, he is the author of the voice of the John Keats at Guy’s Hospital in London, part of the international Talking Statues project, bringing famous statues to life alongside other writers such as Anthony Horrowitz and Jeremy Paxman. He is also working on devloping several creative projects for the kids’ market.
Tom has more than 15 years of experience in travel publishing, writing for National Geographic Traveller, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Which Travel? and CNN, among others, and editing travel books, including for Bradt Travel Guides. He also works as a copywriter and project editor for children’s educational publications, and is a member of Sheffield People’s Theatre, and was part of the cast for the highly-acclaimed recent production of Julius Caesar at Sheffield Crucible.
Report – Character Building
What do you get when you cross a writer, an illustrator, an animator, a creative director, an art director, two voice actors and an art director? Answer: The perfect panel to deconstruct what goes into making a successful character. Takeaway: Don’t fall into the trap of creating your main character…
Report – Development Masterclass: Terry Kalagian
The full session is available here as a podcast: The key to getting your idea developed successfully is the C word – Compromise. That's the advice from Gaumont Animation’s Terry Kalagian Takeaway: Compromise and collaboration is something to be embraced, rather than resisted, when developing your project. You just need…