Susan Morgan

Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

I create scripts for brand videos, web series and online content. I write articles about media and pop culture trends.

After graduating from UC Irvine, I worked for Filter Media Group in promotions. That led me to working at Coachella, events at the Hammer Museum and Cinespace Tuesdays. I then left to South Korea where I lived in Seoul for 6.5 years and acted on stage and in TV and film. I directed "Wizard of Oz, The Musical," "Nightmare Before Christmas, The Musical", "Alice in Wonderland," and a Harry Potter Fan musical. I also joined a children's theatre company and toured the country.

Next I moved to Budapest where I spent a year drinking wine and eating all the cheese. Followed by San Francisco where I worked for CalShakes and Bay Area Children's Theatre. Then to Hong Kong where I taught puppetry, acting and debate at an all-boys Catholic school. I also made a webseries and performed on stage in "The Crucible" and "Hairspray, The Musical."

And all this time I have been writing plays, original adaptations and monologues. I moved to Chicago to repatriate and soon after, moved to sun-shining California. For almost a year, I have worked with 72 Dragons Productions, a media startup, building their brand, making all kinds of video content and heading their marketing. Now I am currently writing more web series concepts, commercials and stage plays.
Content Types
Article, Whitepaper, Press Release, Blog Post, Ad/Promotional Copy
More Information
University of California, Irvine, Journalism
Los Angeles, CA, USA|Languages

Published Content

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Let There Be Lumière: The Birth of French Cinema
Why 72 Dragons Services?
November 9th, 2018
Explainer Video
"The Importance of Company Branding" Educational Video Example

Here is a mock up video I did for an online course site. They needed an example video to use in pitch meetings.

January 14th, 2019
Netflix "Choose Your Own Adventure" Misses the Point

A look at how the new "Choose Your Own Adventure" programming on Netflix is a disappointment.

A look at the future of Netflix as well as a look at how they are changing industry behaviors.

January 15th, 2019
Hong Kong Hosts Fu Wenjun Exhibit, Father of Digital Pictorial Photography
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