If you’ve struggled to tell your story, I get it.
For over 15 years I’ve been helping other people share their stories through both client and personal documentary film work.
I love the story discovery process, identifying one’s goals and looking at the audience’s interested. I enjoy the challenge of then crafting a narrative to accomplish this goal.
But as a creative person, I was shy about sharing my own story.
So if you are finding it difficult to tell your own story, or you’ve tried over and over and just can’t seem to get something that feels like you, I get you.
One of the main challenges to identifying your story is coming up with the questions time that uncover the core message you want to share.
This is what I aim to provide with all of my key signature story programs.
Having a clear message gives you confidence.
And having confidence helps you get your work seen.
Laura J Lukitsch is a filmmaker, video artist and story consultant. Her work creates space for audiences to experience different aspects of our collective narrative. Beard Club (2013) her first feature documentary, examines the social politics of facial hair. Park Project (2017-ongoing) examines our public realm. Laura’s interests include social change, the power of intersectional narratives and strategies for bringing new voices and ideas into mainstream consciousness. Her education includes a marketing degree from The University of Iowa, a master’s degree in economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University in India, Japanese language study at Kansai Gaikokugo Daigaku in Japan, and online business training through B-School.
She leverages this experience to help artists and change makers struggling to tell their stories reframe their inner and outer narratives and get their work seen.
Want a simple way to share your story with more confidence?