Hello, Thank you for visiting High Concept Writers.net
My name is Angela Clark, M.Ed., and I am the founder and Chief Creative Writer of High Concept Writers (HW). High Concept Writers, founded in 2018, is the creative screenplay and audio script writing division of Instructional Writers. A firm that develops curriculums, instructional, and technical documents located in Metro Atlanta, GA and founded in 2013.
I have over 20 years of professional and creative writing experience, won creative writing awards and writing retreats. I earned a Masters in Education, Instructional Design in 2013. High Concept Writers was created in 2018 to meet the growing need for professional creative writers in the Metro Atlanta Area. Atlanta, GA rates number one in the world for producing entertainment movies. Since HW’s start in 2018, HW has completed several projects that are currently in development.
What makes us different?
High Concept Writers competitive advantages are the execution of our sought-after ideas (intellectual property) which present the familiar with unique perspectives. HW’s products explore humanity and the struggle a character must go through in order to become understood as a better person. HW’s scripts start culture conversations and attract international markets.
High Concept Writers reserves the right to refuse any customer. HW does not write horror, porn, or political works. Spiritual and motivational works are considered on a case by case basis.
How do we work together?
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Take a look at HW’s works for yourself by requesting a “no obligation” synopsis using our “CONTACT” form or email: email@example.com. If you like the synopsis, request the script. See our “Available Works” section. New works are posted there, as well as on Twitter @conceptwriters. Please join us on Twitter, so we can network. We love to collaborate, encourage and celebrate success. If you want us to write a script on your idea, let’s talk.
Unless stated, screenplays are a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, places, events, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. We do not accept unsolicited materials because we develop works with and for our clients. If you send it anyway, High Concept Writers nor Instructional Writers will be held legally responsible for it or what happens to it.