About Me/Contact

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My name is Adrian Koltun and I am a writer aspiring to reach my potential and surpass it by contributing inspiration whenever I can. Having spent four years at the Art Institutes International Minnesota to attain a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Arts & Animation, I found that my greatest strength throughout my many courses was that of writing and set out to earn a second degree at Full Sail University.

Writing has been a hobby for me for over a decade and in the last four years I have aspired for a more professional medium to my craft by learning the ways of writing for the entertainment industry.

I have a strong background in 3D animation, specifically the art of rigging and animating characters, and visual storyboarding for animation and comic books. In writing, I have gone on record stating that my greater proficiency lies in writing for animation, film, and novellas in the genres of fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Thus far, I have had one story published in an issue of G-Fan Magazine and am currently at work on my first novel tentatively entitled To The Forgotten.

The title of this blog translates as “The Library of the Dreaming Raven”, an apt title I think and a bit of tongue-in-cheek acknowledgement to my time as a fanfiction writer.

Take a look around the site and if you have any questions, about myself, my work, or anything really, please feel free to contact me.

Member/Contributor of: The Pokémon Exclusive League

Publishing History:
“I Am” published in G-Fan Issue #96 – Summer, 2011

Videos:
DemoReel 2010
Imagination – A team animation project

Contact:
AdrianKoltun014@gmail.com

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