Portfolio item: Adnozzle

This is a trail article I wrote for a British marketing company. It got me a lot of other work. The rest of the material I wrote for them is theirs, however, and so I felt it was better not to put that up on my website. This article doesn’t have that problem. I put it here to make it easier for me to point to from such places as my portfolio.

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Artistic sites

While In Berlin I was commissioned by Hereyoua.re to write:

For an artistic network 200Rone I wrote these:

And churned out over 50 artistic introductions for them. Some noteworthy ones are:

Condemned

Scene 1: Reason

[The screen is dark and the word ‘Reason’ appears on screen.]

[After that a metal slide in a door opens, letting in the only light for the entire set. The set is revealed.]

[We’re looking at a prison cell. The walls are plain gray cement slabs. A wooden board that serves as a bed is set into the far wall. The camera is looking in at the set through the ‘fourth wall’ (CP1). A large prison door is set into the middle of a wall to the right. The door has two metal slits; one at eye height, to allow the warden to look in, and one at the bottom to allow the food tray to be taken and replaced.]

[The main character (Prisoner) is sitting dejectedly in the middle of the room, his knees brought up to his chest and his arms wrapped around them. When the slit opens the prisoner’s head moves to look at the light and his eyes squint, but for the rest there is no reaction. The second metal slit opens a second later and a metal tray is pushed in the dishes full. Both hatches close again.] Continue reading Condemned