Useful links and
These pages are my contribution
to the Digital Storytelling Community. The links lead to some
of the very best practitioners and chart the history of my
involvement with the form.
best links are in the right hand navigation panel for easy
access from anywhere in the site.
Aberth Digital Storytelling Resources
My del.icio.us tags
The best are here
world's biggest archive of digital stories is held by the
BBC on two sites. Telling
Lives - stories made in England and Capture
Wales - stories made in - you've guessed it.
is the site of Daniel Meadows - the guru and inspiration
behind digital storytelling in the UK. No-one else spreads
the storytelling gospel like Daniel. His site contains a complete
manual for producing digital stories using both Adobe Premiere and iMovie. Download the iMovie manual here.
Achley is considered to be the father of digital storytelling.
His widow, Denise,
says he had kept every image in every format since he started
collecting pictures at the age of seven. See some of them
on Next Exit.
Centre for Digital Storytelling is where it all started.
Joe Lambert and his associates have travelled the world teaching
digital storytelling through workshops. The centre's recently
refreshed website is always worth a visit. The original Digital
Storytelling Cookbook is on this site.
KQED Digital Storytelling Initiative
Leslie Rules has helped five hundred people make their digital story through her workshops. You can see a selection of the stories they have told on this site. The initiative has contributed considerably to the progress of digital storytelling in education. One of the best digital storytelling manuals is on this site.
last Digital Storytelling Festival was in San Francisco in 2005. It was only my second festival and another inspirational time. Read
my festival blogs:
you live in what we call "down under" then the Australian
Centre for the Moving Image runs regular workshops. The details are on their site.