Moving Tales' Founder Matthew Talbot-Kelly Resigns
May 15, 2012 in iAnnouncements
[prMac.com] Vancouver, Canada - In an unexpected move, Moving Tales' announced that, effective immediately, Matthew Talbot-Kelly, the founder and primary creative force of Moving Tales', will no longer be involved with the innovative App and Ebook creation company he founded in the summer of 2010. Matthew Talbot-Kelly explained 'irreconcilable differences' with shareholders as the reason.
"I wish the new management team at Moving Tales' every success in their ongoing endeavors to create dynamic and engaging content." says Talbot-Kelly. "I've had a great run of it at Moving Tales. I'm incredibly proud of the substantive original content that we created in this very exciting and challenging media space. The Moving Tales' library of titles are superlative - world class, imaginative, deceptively provocative. They appeal to a adventurous spirit, while being gently playful. I look forward to watching new developments over the coming months."
Moving Tales' are one of the few mobile app creators that are innovators in both the App and Ebook spaces. Moving Tales' titles focus on stories of transformation, truth, drama and humor. Featuring gentle universal values, these tales have a magical timeless quality, told with poetic and evocative language, stunning imagery and sounds.
"Over the years, I've been blessed to work with fantastic collaborators who are also lovely people. Thanks to all who have contributed. Like architecture, film, and other ambitious art forms, what we started at MT is very collaborative in spirit. In that sense, my role has been like a director's relationship to a film production, or the architect's relationship to a building's realization or an artist's relationship to a large installation. Numerous talented people and specialist skills are needed to pull it off well! I'm starting to liken the whole Moving Tales experience to something of a conceptual art project!"
Moving Tales have 14 revenue streams based around the original app and ebook content that Matthew Talbot-Kelly has created with his life partner, the artist/author Jacqueline O Rogers and Moving Tales' Executive Producer Sorcha J Holmes. The world wide bestselling app 'The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross' and the Interactive Ebook 'Elly's Lost & Found Sounds' were two of the four original titles that Talbot-Kelly and Rogers created. In addition, Talbot-Kelly created a radical reimagining of the Christmas classic ''Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
"On a personal level, I am excited to see what the future has in store for me. I haven't given any thought as to what I am going to get up to. Hopefully I'll get a chance to further explore some of the notions that I have put on the back burner while building up Moving Tales. Im a creator first and foremost - for me, the buzz is in the making."
Matthew Talbot-Kelly has a background in architecture, film, art, exhibition & set design and interactive media. In addition to the world-wide bestselling Apps he created, Talbot-Kelly's non-mobile content has been exhibited and seen all over the world, including Venice, Dublin, London, Los Angeles, Bucharest, Bilbao, Istanbul, Ottawa, Santa Barbara, Brussels, Buenos Aries, Toronto and St Petersburg. All future enquiries for should be directed to Matthew Talbot-Kelly. To receive more information, please contact Moving Tales online.
Located in Vancouver, Canada, Moving Tales Inc. is committed to creating rich, resonant content for new and emerging technologies by engaging mindfully, creatively, and playfully. We aspire to reflective consumption, working collaboratively in the making of deep media experiences. Moving Tales titles have aspects of books, animated films, storytelling and interactive media, though the result is greater than the sum of its parts, a digital mashup pointing to a profoundly new media experience. Copyright (C) 2012 Moving Tales Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.