This episode of the Animation Industry Podcast features Glow in the Dark Concept Studios Mastermind Katia Grifols who shares how to create a killer pitch bible from scratch.
You’ll also learn:
*How to write believable flaws into characters
*The number one question you’ll need to be prepared for in a pitch meeting
*A rundown of all the animation conferences you can pitch at
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More about Katia Grifols:
Born and raised in Barcelona, Spain, Katia always hated raw tomatoes and cucumbers, and devoted her childhood to Agatha Christie, Akira Toriyama, Enid Blyton, and Tintin (among others). She began her career as a comic book artist in Barcelona, jumping around the world to follow her passion for storytelling. After a brief stay in Japan, she landed in California where she finished her formal education in Illustration for Entertainment Arts at the Art Center College of Design. But it was her experience with major studios in LA that opened her eyes to the realities of the entertainment business and, mixed with her undeniable desire to create original content, inspired Katia to level up and create Glow in the Dark. Katia is now the Mastermind of the studio, where she takes a major role in the creation of the properties we develop in-house. She enjoys art direction, colors and research, brainstorming, strong coffee and random Japanese kawaiis... but really, what she loves the most is encountering amazing storytellers and newfound creators! And to this day... she still hates raw tomatoes and cucumbers.