I'm Ellen, an experienced agent for film directors working at OB Management, heading up our roster of independent talent. Outside of OB, I freelance as a script reader for BBC Films and run an online platform called Seed which is dedicated to celebrating storytelling.
- Seed is a community dedicated to celebrating storytelling. Each week, three people from the creative industry are selected to write a ‘seed’ inspired by one image. In other words, three people are asked to interpret the story within the frame. Who are the characters? Where is the story set? What is the bigger picture? The image is then posted three times on Seed’s Instagram and website, captioned with the different interpretations, alongside crediting the three writers and the photographer.
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- His name sweetened our tongues like the fleshy mango ripe from the evergreen. As our patron, he would visit the orphanage once a month and we would feverishly gather around his earthy feet, enchanted by his tales of faraway lands such as Ghana, Yemen and Mozambique. He would teach us silly phrases in Mandarin and ask after our humble adventures, humorously tutting at the state of Azari's grazed knees. And then, in a fleeting flash, he would be gone, and we would spend our days playing beneath th
- Honeysuckle fragranced the air, while sun-kissed grass danced under a bleached sky. The smell of roasted rhubarb seeped through the oak panelling, while deft fingers graced the keys of the grand piano. The pitter-patter of tiny toes raced across the chalked patio, embraced by soft, sanguine skin. Twelve years later, I step out of my car as dusk descends, cradling Oscar in my arms. The house lies empty, yet her sonata still hums in the pale breeze, accompanied by the crickets who applaud her enc
- Despite Hector’s flaws, he is a fine artist, thought Josephine. His vibrant, visceral paintings make for competitive auction, yet she notices a raw, untamed edge to his expression. An undercurrent of private pain only communicated on the canvas... and occasionally with a whip of the wrist. Josephine studies her husband. The handsome veteran she once nursed to health still appears but a mystery. The wounds have now healed yet blood still seeps from his paint brush. Today, disguised as amber, mag
Founder & CuratorSeed.
London, United KingdomFreelance
In my spare time, I run an online platform called Seed, a community dedicated to celebrating storytelling. Each week, three people are selected to write 'the seed of a story' in less than 100 words, inspired by one image. In other words, three people are asked to interpret the story within the frame. Who are the characters? Where is the story set? What is the bigger picture? The image is then posted three times on Seed’s Instagram and website, captioned with the different interpretations, alongside crediting the writer and the photographer. If you would like to contribute to our community, please contact email@example.com
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