Renee Topper is a creative producer and an award-winning, bestselling author. As a storyteller, she’s crafted for the big screen, the little screen, books, the stage, in speeches, press, marketing and advertising communications. PIGMENT is her first foray into the novel format. She is especially compelled to create and share stories that examine the human condition and have a positive impact. Topper has helped shape and tell stories for individuals and brands including Buzz Aldrin, Time Warner, Comcast, Toyota, Lexicon, JBL, DuPont, Smith Barney, The Outlaw Comedy Fund and more.
Topper says she has always been a storyteller, and her craft has taken many forms. She founded Story Matter as a creative lab in 2011. There, she leads a strategic effort to generate stories that reflect the human condition, tales that are mindful and meaningful, stories that matter. Her approach is scientific, utilizing story to examine social issues by first identifying problems, then honing in on the source of those problems to raise awareness and inspire solutions.
Presently, Topper is developing PIGMENT for feature film and is building a team to carry the project through to distribution, plotting Book 2 in the series PIGMENT: Roots (forthcoming in early 2018), finishing Book 1 of the literary series SUNSET BLUES for release in Fall 2017, and producing a docu-reality series on Trauma. She also has several other projects in the works.
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Here is a link to a recent interview published in “SPOTLIGHT”
Listen to a recent podcast interview on “The Daily Author”