Walk Out My Door

You know they say never write a story or movie about screenwriting and perhaps that is so. However a multiple creative story line about understanding a creative in a practical sense can be interesting. Maybe only to people like me or have my interests at heart too though.

Perhaps just this silly idea is better as a blog thread or perhaps recruiting tool.

The Picture Painting Screenwriter?… (Looked name up on google in quotes. Looks free for the taking right here and now. Seize opportunity).

The Picture Painting Screenwriter

“I take you on a walk out my door leading you to nowhere but imagination bringing you somewhere.”  (Better look this up in quotes too.) Well… quote looks safe too.

The Picture Painting Screenwriter

A.K.A. Mecky Mixiler ( Made-up non-existent [via google and other search engines] D.B.A. intended name not legally registered perhaps not necessary)

Mecky Mixiler the picture painting screenwriter takes you on fabulous witty fun -filled adventure exposing glimpses of a wondrous expanding creative mind that has never been understood in a more practical way. You will understand a true creative and his true creative value. He takes me to a place I want be over and over again.

Vision of what they would say if mission was conveyed well and accepted with concrete stories, effort and standardization delivering such mission.

Mecky Mixiler (Storyteller)

The Picture Painting Screenwriter (Screen and Television Writer)

“I take you on a Walk Out My Door leading you to nowhere but imagination bringing you somewhere you might want to be.”

Just having a little fun showing another quick creative/social side of self.

Eh, not saying its the greatest but in reality this stuff isn’t quite as easy as one thinks.

Back down to me. (Actually up)

Michael Lee Burris

“I will never stop driving a creative revolutionary wheel of desire and determination always needing genuine help along the way.”

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