Monthly Archives: May 2012

“Creating Miss Jill”

by Jill Brownlee Wolf Our intent was to have live-action segments embedded in every story (book or animated episode) to show real children doing real science. But because we wanted the kids to be different every time, letting more real children ac… Continue reading

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“Fun On Our First Shoot”

by Jill Brownlee-Wolf Saturday, May 5th, was our first official shoot for this project. We had four 4-year-olds doing a playdough challenge with Miss Jill, our zany science mentor and investigation guide. We shot in a park in Rancho Santa Margarit… Continue reading

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“Evolution of the Project”

by Jill Brownlee-Wolf Ideas morph. Projects evolve. People change. It’s inevitable. When someone or something is in development it will undergo revision. Constantly. What can make a product better, a story more heartfelt, or a person’s character m… Continue reading

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“Staying Motivated”

by Jill Brownlee-Wolf I recently met with my friend and business consultant who brought me to the reality that I have more thinking and writing to do about my business than I’d thought. I was hoping we were closer to a step that brought financing,… Continue reading

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