Taking Teha from a character sketch to a little girl loved by children has been a collaboration of internationally recognised creative artisist and film-makers and child development specialists.
A strategic advisor and coach to creative organisations in Europe, the US and New Zealand, Jacky shapes great ideas to achieve tangible business outcomes. Jacky helped Easy Tiger to refine the ‘Teha the Wind’ story concept and position the Teha brand for release into multiple markets. As a native German living in New Zealand, she brings a European perspective to the team and wrote and narrated the German version of the book.
Easy Tiger Creations
Easy Tiger Creations is the sister team of Bronwyn, Cherie and Janine. They formed Easy Tiger in 2004 to create engaging and empowering children's stories. The sisters are a genuine source of creative unique and powerul creativity. Easy Tiger originated the Teha character and story concept.
The Teha Team
Established in 2009, the Wellington, New Zealand based company features a consortium of international industry associates - award-winning directors, writers, animators, next-gen technologists and biz specialists - that create, develop and commercialize TV, film, animation, music and new media properties through funding, management, production and marketing for global multiplatform distribution. www.geniositymedia.com
PlayTales is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genera Interactive, an internationally based multi-platform mobile entertainment and utilities provider with offices in the USA, UK, Spain, Romania, and China. Founded in 2010, PlayTales develops and distributes interactive children's books within its award-winning bookstore apps. PlayTales applications can be downloaded from Apple's App Store, Google Play, Amazon.com, and Blackberry App World. Like PlayTales on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @PlayTales. Learn more about PlayTales interactive stories at www.playtales.com
Helen qualified as a speech and language pathologist at Curtain University in Perth, Western Australia. Awarded top of her year for clinical work, she went on to run language, hearing and learning clinics for children for 25 years including being Head of Department at the State Child Development Centre for Western Australia leading a team of child development specialists.