How to do storyboards with Carole Holliday

 

 
How to do storyboards with Carole Holliday
 

Carole Holliday is passionate about telling tales and creating believable imaginary worlds. Whether it’s the fantasy of a magical kingdom or the events in a cozy bedroom of a little girl, Carole delights in the tracking with the character through their journey. The “why” of a hero and the story they tell is intensely interesting to her. “It’s not always an easy task, but it’s so rewarding when it works!” She says.
 
Ms. Holliday is a graduate from Cal Arts with a BFA in animation. Her work as a storyboard artist and character can be seen in various feature films and TV shows. Some of her favorite projects include “The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse” “A Goofy Movie” “Tarzan” “John Henry” “Bambi 2” “Mickey, Donald and Goofy and the Three Musketeers” and “Sofia the First” to name a few. She story directed and co-wrote “Donald’s Gift” in the “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas” DVD and from there went on to write and direct her own short live action film entitled “Witt’s Daughter.” The film is sweet story of the events that happen when a father returns from the Korean War and has to win the heart of his three-year-old daughter who sees him as an unwelcome stranger. Witt’s Daughter was an official selection in several film festivals and won best narrative short in the 2009 GI film Festival.
 
In 2016 her personal life and professional life came together when she wrote, illustrated and published a humorous weight loss book called “The Food Ain’t the Problem” which shares the principles that empowered her to lose a tremendous amount of weight. Carole, who had at one point topped the scales at 315 pounds, found freedom through her faith in Jesus and wrote her book for the Christian and the non-Christian. “While I outline what I did to lose the weight, my eating plan is by no means a one-size-fits-all approach,” she states. “What is universal, though, is the understanding of God’s love in our lives. The book can help anyone of any belt size who’s willing to see God’s love for all mankind and, specifically, His love for each individual reader.”
 
Carole Holliday continues to work in the animation industry and now uses her story telling and filmmaking skills to make humorous and inspirational short videos for her book.
 
Portfolio link (including link to Witt’s Daughter) http://www.crowdedmetrofilms.com
 
The Food Ain’t the Problem on Amazon http://amzn.com/0692545840
 
The Food Ain’t the Problem on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thefoodainttheproblem/
 
www.storyboardingbook.com

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