Hello, everyone. My name's Taylor, I'm nineteen years of age, and I'm a writer. I studied media in college and I've been writing all together for at least four years.
Let me share this logline with you:
A passionate, but solitary conservation scientist is forced to choose between saving the life of an animal he has tracked for five years, or his lifelong friend.
Does this interest you?
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I am currently working on the script's outline, but if you'd like to work with me in making this story to the screen, you can contact me. But, for now, here are some more background on the story itself.
Adrian May is an English conservation scientist who has been working out in the field for five years. As a child he lived a solitary life until he met Marcus Hansson, a Swedish boy who moved to England when he was ten. Years later, Marcus has found himself stuck in the loop of the education system as a teacher of Information Technology, regretful that he did not follow Adrian's line of work.
Upon completion of his degree five years ago, Adrian moved out of England to follow up a job offer in the Russian Far East as a wildlife conservation biologist. There, on his first expedition, he had met Russian national, Vitaly Dubrovsky. Dubrovsky, a former military man, had been hired by the agency to track and immobilize animals for re-tagging and to protect the scientists in the potentially dangerous environment. It was on Adrian's second week in the vast Russian wilderness that he'd first come across his tiger and build upon a relationship that would last half a decade.