MAP STORY LOGIC
Are you a writer, producer or designer with a project in development?
Stories can be seen as systems, made up of simple or complex relationships between characters. Creatives get to work with their projects in a systemic way so as to increase the chances of it getting made. By digging deep you’ll identify the underlying mechanics that drive your system - for film, TV series, entertainment formats or interactive media. You’ll reveal the drives, dependencies and motives that fundamentally define the relationships between characters, contributors or users. This exposes the choices each makes, the values on which those choices are made and therefore what’s really at stake.
The process helps you to think more clearly about exactly where you and the project are right now. You'll discover and explore the ‘what if’s’ and identify exactly what needs developing. You'll walk away with real clarity about next steps.
Paul can also help you when it comes to pitching the concept, pinpointing those key elements that can make the presentation work.
500+ projects 100+ companies 20+ countries
Anhui TV (CN), Ape&Bjørn (NO), BOOST (SE), Caligari Film (DE), DADIU (DK), Danish Film Institute (DK), EAVE (LU), Entertainment Master Class (DE), Eyeworks TV (DK), Hélicotronc (BE), Hunan TV (CN), Magic Hour Films (DK), Nordisk Talents (DK), Power to the Pixel (UK), Pupkin Film (NL), Rat Pack Film (DE), R/O Institute (BE), Satore Studio (UK), Save our Scripts (UK), Smarthouse Films (NL), SOURCES 2 (DE), STHLM Debut (SE), Submarine (NL), SuperRTL (DE), The Bureau (UK), Turn East Media (CN), Venice Biennale College Cinema (IT), Warner Bros. (DK), Way Creative Films (SE) & Zhejiang TV (CN).
BUILD COMMON UNDERSTANDING
Developing a new concept, product, service, policy or strategy?
Teams will struggle to develop anything useful without a common understanding of the challenges and opportunities that make up the systems in which they operate. If you don’t recognise potential system complexity and work within the various power dynamics, you run the risk of failure.
Paul works with teams to map-out the way their organisations create, deliver and capture value. Pressing issues are exposed so that teams can design output that’s based on genuine, gathered insights.
By working within a system, any generated concept, product, service, policy or strategy, can be tested and validated.
2, 3 or 6 hour sessions for team members, project partners, customers, boards of directors, management teams, project groups or whole departments.
Adobe (UK), Copenhagen Municipality (DK), Danish Refugee Council (DK), DOXBIO (DK), EUC Sjælland (DK), European Environment Agency (DK), European Training Foundation (IT), goAgile (DK), Global Biodiversity Information Facility (DK), Hello Group (DK). Kelloggs (IR), Lund University (SE), Mocial Trading (DK), Royal Academy of Arts (UK), Team Danmark (DK) & Wonderful Copenhagen (DK),
MAKE AUDIENCES THINK
Need a moderator or facilitator?
By seeing your event as one whole system, rather than simply a series of talks, Paul will generate more value for your audience, for your speakers and therefore you. Twelve years in BBC television production and four years in theatre has equipped Paul with a sharp and highly analytical editorial approach. He'll work with your team during preparations to design the journey for the audience, connect with all speakers in advance, and then on the big day seek out and illuminate the red thread; making you think and laugh at the same time.
Events where Paul has moderated:
Danish Sound Day (DK) 2018, Wonderful Copenhagen - India Day (D) 2018, Crowd Predictions Conference (DK) 2018, Digital Kids Today (DK) 2018, Wonderful Copenhagen's Tomorrow's Urban Travel (DK) 2017, Creative Tastebuds (DK) 2017, The Financing Forum for Kids Content (SE) 2015, Crowd 15 (DK) 2015, SPOT Interactive (DK) 2013, 2014 & 2015, SMART FIPA (FR) 2015, 2016, Power to the Pixel Think Tank (UK) 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.
ABOUT PAUL TYLER
Paul works within the corporate, public & cultural sectors.
Nominated for a BAFTA (2005), BBC Creativity Award (2004) and Association of Online Publishers award (2005), Paul went on to win the Prix Jeunesse (2006) web award for the BBC’s flagship cross-media show, BAMZOOKi, the show he originated, studio directed and produced.
2006 he moved from London to Copenhagen where building on twelve years of BBC television & digital production experience,he worked with international companies to develop concepts.
Paul co-setup the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology’s Digital Concept Development graduate programme in 2010. Paul holds a BSc. (Hons) Physiology with the History and Theory of Art & Design.
To book a session or to have Paul moderate your event, get in touch.
+45 30 33 22 36
Store Kongensgade 108, 2th
Copenhagen, Denmark, 1264
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