Being creative is a team effort. Writers do much of their work alone, but to build a book or a screenplay that will entice publishers and producers as well as thrill the audience, they need help. They need "other eyes."
The best possible assistance makes you see your work clearer and with greater depth, demonstrates the vast potential in your story and your skills, and leads the way to a higher level of craft and emotional connection.
Trai Cartwright has some of the best "other eyes" available. Whether you're working on a book, short story, screenplay, or teleplay, her expertise and uncanny story development instincts will pave the way to a fully realized vision.
Many of Trai's clients have published, many more are heading to the marketplace, and all have received a master class in their own writing, the kind of instruction that transforms not just stories but the writers themselves.
Whether you need help elevating your creative vision or need guidance plunging into the marketplace, CraftWrite can help make everything you do better.
Trai Cartwright, MFA, is Colorado's premiere storytelling resource, a popular creative writing instructor and editor who has taught across Colorado for colleges, writer's groups, and conferences. As an editor, she has worked one-on-one with over a hundred Colorado novelists and screenwriters.
A 25-year entertainment industry veteran, Trai has worked for five major studios as a story consultant and development executive. During her tenure in Los Angeles, she produced three independent films, four of her screenplays were optioned, and she consulted on thousands of scripts. She worked and wrote for Emmy, Golden Globe and Oscar award-winning film and TV producers and writers, and was the assistant director of Leonardo DiCaprio's online ventures. Her mission is to advance the success of all writers via teaching craft and hosting events that connect storytellers to opportunities.
For more of Trai's organizations and opportunities, go to www.traicartwright.com
Because it's time to take your creativity seriously!