|Born||in Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
John Adcox has recently retired in his 40s from a 20-year career in advertising, marketing, and new media to concentrate on storytelling. His work once won first, second, AND third place in the well-respected Write Safe contest, and he has won or placed in dozens of others, including Script PIMP, Write Movies, People's Pilot, and more. He has just completed two novels and a collection of holiday novellas that has drawn praise from such luminaries as Ray Bradbury.
Over the course his transmedia career, John Adcox has held a number of titles including Executive Producer, Vice President of Digital Media, Creative Director, Vice President of Marketing and Creative Services, and CEO. He has written for games, commercials, videos, new media and more. As a creative director and producer, he has won numerous leading industry awards. A few of his clients have included AT&T, Mercedes-Benz, Holiday Inn, Coca-Cola, UPS, SCANA, AutoTrader.com, Goodwill, Time Warner, Disney, Delta Airlines, 3M, Ford, and many more. In addition, he has hosted a radio show, acted professionally (although not since age 15), designed and written scripts for games, written a play for a professional theatre company, taught university astronomy, and written articles on topics including mythology, psychology, technology, religion, and marketing strategy.
He is presently the CEO of ePic Books, a start-up focusing on a transmedia technology platform that can expand the idea of what an ebook can be. He is also the Chief Creative Officer in a $600m film and transmedia investment fund, and CEO of production company Studio Mythopoeia.
John's many, many interests include books and literature, religion and philosophy, mythology, the Arthurian legends, travel, baseball, science fiction and fantasy, marketing communications, Celtic music and lore, new media, theatre, and politics, not to mention astronomy and cosmological physics.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: John Adcox
|Carol Jane Bales||(9 July 2005 - present)|