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In May 2016, Audrey returned to full-time creative, freelance writing and consulting. In addition to working for hire, she maintains several personal projects.
If you want to follow her down the digital rabbit hole, she frequently contributes articles and interviews to sites like Hello Giggles and Inside the Magic. She writes two web comics, Leaves and Spaceship Librarian. (coming May 26th.) She also runs geek culture blog Born For Geekdom and a portfolio blog. She is currently redrafting two new screenplays.
Audrey (in her super-secret third-person) began writing professionally in 2007 for magazines like Geek Monthly, Attractions Magazine, Animation World and more.
She then produced and edited stories for Indiana Public Radio while earning her MA in creative writing. This presented her with the opportunity to interview a diverse array of people. (From the Harlem Globetrotters to Twitter-founder Biz Stone, to film producer Ralph Winter and polarizing political figure, Karl Rove.)
After graduating in 2011, she wrote and directed for a local Bright House TV show in Orlando, Florida, sold two screenplays in a one-step deal, independently produced a travel TV pilot and wrote and directed four festival short films.
From 2013 to 2016, she spent three years as a digital puppeteer in the burgeoning simulation industry in Florida and San Francisco. (If you imagine working in the holodeck, you’re pretty close.) She created professional, clinical and academic simulation scenarios for TeachLive and Mursion. She also wrote client communications, training materials and assisted the Director of Training.
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