Story Juice is a globally connected studio founded by writer, narrative/game designer, performer and interactive artist Dr Hannah Wood.
Its multiplatform practice ranges from performance to gaming, narrative design to interactive/immersive experiences, print to digital, fiction to journalism, audio to film, mobile to social, education to entertainment, and includes integrating platforms in storyworlds.
Story Juice has a collaborative approach and partners with artists, businesses and organisations to devise, develop and deliver imaginative experiences.
It specialises in projects that involve audience and social engagement through narrative, interactive and immersive forms, and believes in research and experimentation to stay creative and relevant.
What Story Juice does
creative ideas and concepts
story, plot, character, narrative structure and storyworld creation and development
narrative design, performance and direction, interactive art and entertainment
game writing, game design, fiction, scriptwriting, playwriting, immersive and interactive storytelling, storybibles, multiplatform writing, journalism
audience and social engagement, marketing and social media strategy, support and advice
research, playtesting and analytics
talks, lectures, consultancy, training and teaching
global network of industry collaborators
“Find out the reason that commands you to write; see whether it has spread its roots into the very depth of your heart; confess to yourself you would have to die if you were forbidden to write.” ― Rilke
Practitioner in writing, narrative design, video and live games, interactive storytelling and art, theatre, mobile apps, locative experience, audio and film.
Creative Practice Doctorate in Playable Stories: Writing and Design Methods for Negotiating Narrative and Player Agency, from University of Exeter (Russell Group). Creative Writing Lecturer at Falmouth University. My expertise is in the fields of writing, narrative form, gaming, performance, interactive art, immersive theatre and digital publishing and technologies.
My own practice often explores the concepts and tensions around authorial design, audience agency and improvisation, encoded and emergent narratives and experiences in live, live-digital hybrid and digital work.
My previous career was in journalism as an award-winning journalist, with experience as a reporter, blogger, web producer and online editor on local and national newspapers and websites in the UK and Brazil. I'm experienced managing written, video, audio, picture and social media content.