06/15 Creative Project Management with Genese Davis

Date: Saturday, June 15, 2013 Time: 1pm to 3pm Number of sessions: 1 -- One day class! Members: $30 Nonmembers: $36 Location: Ink Spot, 710 13th St, Studio 210, San Diego, CA 92101

Complete your writing project with tools you can use!

Join author Genese Davis and creative director/producer Eric Kieron Davis for a breakthrough approach to writing. By adding a little bit of structure to your routine you can complete your novel and other artistic projects now! In this course you’ll learn how creative producers and project management can add that missing element you need to complete your novel. Conventional wisdom is wrong. Project management doesn’t have to be solely for corporate environments anymore. In this exclusive workshop, you’ll discover solutions for completing a novel using project management tools such as Scrum and Waterfall. For those moments when you feel stuck or lost in the minutia of writing, find out how production one-on-ones, creative one-on-ones, user stories, and goal setting can revolutionize your writing process!


Author, host, and columnist Genese Davis is a thought-leader in video game culture and its social development. Through her passion for the art community, Davis demonstrates how team-based video games like MMORPGs affect our lives and the new place video games have in fiction and other forms of media. Davis is the author of The Holder’s Dominion, a new adult gaming novel heralded as a breakthrough story by Publishers Weekly. On her national book tour, Davis shares how creative producers and project management can revolutionize your writing process. She is the owner of The Gamer in You, an online movement offering new meaning to the word ‘gamer,’ and lives in Irvine, California, where she advocates for her other passion, animal rescue. To learn more, connect here: Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube


Eric_Kieron_Davis_hs_300dpiEric Kieron Davis has been producing projects for video games and films for over a decade. As an integral producer for premium projects, Eric has led teams from concept to completion on a number of award-winning projects. With his extensive experience in the entertainment industry, Eric invented a breakthrough approach to completing projects for artists of every entertainment medium. Using project management tools, Eric has extended this approach to novel-writing, and is helping authors develop their creative visions and artistic goals to complete books. Using his innate ability to manage projects (from macro department visions to micro personnel goals of one artist) Eric ensures on-time deliverables, proper work-flow, a highly motivated team, positive morale, and premium, completed projects that reflect impeccable results.

Eric specializes in communication, relationship and structure creation, project completion, process improvement initiatives, employee relations, personnel management, artist management, crisis management, asset tracking, and scrum/agile project management.

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