I’ve published the pitch for episode one. I welcome comments and feedback. Here is the pitch:
The first episode takes us to the protagonist’s junior year of high school. The episode starts by showing Gogata in his surrounding environment through the eyes of his classmates: shy, stubborn, quiet. In one word: an outsider. Yet, this boy distinguishes himself by winning competitions and scholarships on national levels. Coming from a middle-class family with no college graduates, he constantly looks for opportunities and considers applying for colleges abroad. His first thoughts are to stay close to his family and apply for schools in Europe (Denmark, The Netherlands, The UK); this changes when Gogata hears about the Fulbright Commission’s United States Achievements Program. The protagonist applies at the very last day and gets invited for an interview.
Today I’m releasing the concept for my series, part of the Week 1 assignments for Script Writing: Write a Pilot Episode for a TV or Web Series (Project-Centered Course). The goal of this course is to write a complete pilot episode for your own unique television or web series in five weeks.
The working title of the series is “Beating the Odds” (credit goes to K.M., Worcester Polytechnic Institute (#WPI) ’15). I’ll be sharing my weekly assignments every Sunday on my blog. Still developing the story in my head. You can read the concept here.
Looking to validate the idea (after all, that’s what #PM’s do). Feel free to share your feedback. Let me know if you found something that worked well and why. Or if something confused you. I’ll be posting my logline describing the essence of the series and Season One’s “mini bible” next.
Actively working on writing content for the blog and tweaking the site’s visual appearance. Would appreciate your feedback.
I’d like to share with you a bit about my hobbies. Let me start by saying that I’m an avid runner: I ran the Cambridge Half Marathon in November 2017.
I also enjoy writing short stories: I look around myself for inspiration and use my creativity to create a fictional story. I’ve posted a few of the stories that I’ve written. They’re all in Bulgarian. I’m happy to translate them to English, if anyone’s interested in reading them.
Recently, I’ve started learning how to write a script for a TV or Web series. You can read about this project under Script Writing: Write a Pilot Episode. I’d appreciate your feedback.
Aside from running and writing, I enjoy spending time with my friends and watching soccer. I like exploring new cuisines, traveling and experiencing other cultures.
Hello there! Здравей!
I’m Georgi (GEE-yor-gee), and I’m originally from Septemvri, a small town in Southern Bulgaria.
I’m currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. I work as a Project Manager (Technical Support) at a software company in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
I hold a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Cambridge College.
Outside of work, I enjoy the outdoors: running, walking, biking. Some of my other hobbies include cooking, reading, and exploring new cultures. I also enjoy writing.
Feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with me.