So you've landed a general meeting, and now a manager, agent, studio exec, or producer is staring at your expectantly. "Tell us about yourself." What's your brief (think <1 minute) introduction (think pitch) of yourself as a writer/creative, as a person? Being able to craft and deliver your own story is a learned skill, and Harvardwood has put together a masterclass to help you learn it! Whether you've had a more traditional and straight-forward path to entertainment or you've dipped into other industries/careers before landing in Hollywood, learn how to coalesce your personal and professional experiences into a concise but compelling "personal pitch" that is key to making a good impression and standing out at in-person meetings! This masterclass will be led by Warren Hsu Leonard JD '99 (Goliath, Power, How to Get Away with Murder).
Warren Hsu Leonard JD '99
(Goliath, How to Get Away with Murder)
Warren Hsu Leonard was born in Linkou, Taiwan to a multiracial family, and grew up in a small town on the coast of Maine. He is an honors graduate of City College of San Francisco, UC Berkeley and Harvard Law School. In his legal career, he practiced at international white-shoe firms, and at small., non-profit legal clinics. Sine 2012, he's written and produced television for shows on broadcast, basic cable, premium cable and streaming networks. He's repped by ICM Partners and Writ Large.
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