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Check out Trai’s Denver Media Professional’s Interview — it’s a deep dive into her career both in Hollywood and Colorado, packed with career advice!

Trai Cartwright is a Denver-based filmmaker and teacher, community-builder, creative business consultant, and storyteller.

There has never been a time in her life when she wasn’t fully immersed in stories and the people who tell them.

From NYU to Chicago to LA and back to Colorado, Trai has followed the call, diving deep into the exploration and development of every kind of storytelling: feature films, documentaries, short films, plays, web series, TV shows, and fiction and nonfiction of every kind.

Whether as a studio level development executive or as a professor at Colorado’s top writing programs, her greatest pleasure after writing is in the development of writers.

Trai has spent her entire professional life dedicated to elevating the craft and creating opportunities for filmmakers and writers of all mediums and genres. Creators are the single most important force in forging understanding and an illuminated pathway through this world.

She is currently part of the creative teams for:

Secret Ellington – feature, writer, producer
Hidden Tigers (Red Unicorn Film) – docu-series producer
Scared List (Heart Cure Productions) – web series producer
Sundown Road (Better Late Production) – short film producer

You can work with Trai here:

Western Colorado University’s MFA program
University of Denver’s Professional Creative Writing Institute
UC Denver Screenwriting department
Woman in Film and Media Colorado (President)

and via her editorial and private teaching company…

Trai Cartwright’s www.craftwrite.com is one-stop service shop for writers:

Story Development
Editorial Services
Copy Editing
Marketing and Business Plans
Career Consultation
Year round classes and workshops

“Trai is easily one of the best analysts I’ve worked with. Her notes are consistently thorough, insightful and, most of all, ‘helpful’. She knows her stuff and communicates it well. Her notes have helped me improve every script I’ve had her read.”