"A man who tells stories must think of who is hearing or reading, for a story has many versions. Everyone takes what he wants or can from it and thus changes it to his measure. Some pick out parts, some strain it through their prejudice and some paint it with their own delight.
A story must have points of contact with the listener to make him feel at home in it. Only then can he accept wonders."
We reveal why your heritage matters.
We identfy the right interpretative narrative, character and mood.
We articulate the vision for an intelligent memorable experience that will engage the senses, feelings and emotions.
We provide a detailed pragmatic and logistcal road map to achieving that vision.
Here is some of our interpretative planning work to date: