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We were warned that Algebra was going to be really difficult, whereas Einstein was told that it was a hunt for a creature known as ‘ X ‘ and that when you caught it, it had to tell you its name.

Keith Johnstone (storyteller)

Story Trails specialises in combining narrative curiosity with game philosophy to create highly engaging and immersive outputs.

This includes:

  • Storytelling;
  • Interactive, digital stories;
  • Alternate Reality Games;
  • Podcasts.

I work with people of all ages and backgrounds, creating and nurturing stories that free imagination and creativity, and help us to grow.  

These same principles can be applied to products, generating interactive engagement strategies that your target market wants to actively participate in.

Stories are powerful.  They capture our curiosity and, coupled with game philosophy, we can create opportunities for high engagement.  

The desire to play is fundamentally the desire to be.

Sartre (philosopher)

Story Trails the podcast launches this Autumn

Listen to the taster episodes here:

Each minisode, features:

  • an interview with a magical being from the enchanted realm;
  • a creative mission that will see your work featured on the storytrails website;
  • a chapter from the penultimate draft of my children’s book (after the ten minisodes, you can continue to listen to the book here).

The show is free to listen to, and packed with fun. Let’s spread some magic.

Storytelling is an indispensable human preoccupation, as important to us all – almost – as breathing.

Into the Woods: John Yorke (drama expert)