Rosslyn Chapel (Edinburgh) – Medieval Day
Richmond Fellowship – Strategy Launch
Craigshill GNN (Livingston) – Resident Story Teller
Loathesome Lithgae – Story Walk Linlithgow
SAM Radio – In Conversation with Colin.
Schottland Tours – Edinburgh Walking Tour
Success on the SpectrumOne mans life journey with undiagnosed autism
Lia FáilThe Story of Scotland’s Sacred Stone of Destiny
Storytelling has been in my family for over a hundred years. My initial learning was passed down from my Grandfather to father and then onto to me.
You’re probably saying, well anyone can tell or read a story from a book it’s easy. If you have children or grandchildren, you’ve probably done this many times. Storytelling is truly an art form in its own right, and to convincingly bring characters to life needs a professional training. Working with Voice Coaches, the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh & Toast Masters International, I’ve honed my skills over many years to become an accredited storyteller and public speaker. I have recently added civil celebrant to my portfolio of services which can be found on my CIVILCELEBRANTSCOTLAND.CO.UK website.
After all, I am a talker 🙂