Meet the Transmedia Mutts Team
Introducing the Humans
Co-Owner & Writing Whiz
Novels, screenplays, short stories, movies, and even tweet tales – Jocelyn loves creating stories in all kinds of formats.
Co-Owner & Marketing Master
From dissecting the YouTube algorithm to launching successful Facebook campaigns, Brian loves all things marketing.
Introducing the Mutts
VP of The Word Lab
Bear knows choosing the right words is key to storytelling. He recommends experimenting and mixing variables to discover the perfect components.
VP of Barketing
Chloe understands the importance of making your voice heard. From howls to growls, she advises figuring out the best way to connect with your audience.
VP of Sweeping Tails
Just as Freya’s tail knocks items off tables, so should your stories sweep people off their feet. She suggests infusing your writing with emotion – from tears to laughter.
VP of Ruff-ision
Kali believes you must tear your story apart in order to make it better. She advises you to never be afraid to make a mess when revising. And have fun doing it!
VP of Puparazzi
As the subject of many photos, Remy knows the importance of images. When creating marketing graphics or YouTube videos, what you see should help tell the story.
Hi, we’re siblings Jocelyn and Brian, and we want to help you unleash your creative bark!
We’ve been working together for years to create stories and market them. Now we want to share what we’ve learned with you, whether you’re creating a novel, short story, screenplay, film, or YouTube video.
We’re ready to help you tell your “tail” and turn your creative bark into a howl of success!
What People Are Saying
“I have paid really good money for help with pitching that was not nearly as good. Jocelyn’s videos are terrific. Clear, concise, packed with excellent advice. Not a single misused word.”
“This has been an amazing experience. And the videos aren’t just one time use…I’ll keep coming back to the ideas you taught for future stories. Big squishy hugs to you!”
“It was so extremely helpful watching the videos and reading everyone’s ideas. Thank you Jocelyn for putting this together and making it so fun and positive!”