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Kerstin Glaess is an accomplished author who writes for her three website blogs, completes script doctoring, has multiple un-produced shorts and feature films, and is currently working on her first book.

Blogs

Screenplays & Scripts

Kerstin has written twelve shorts (two have been produced), two features, and one play.

 

Her contemporaries utilize her expertise in writing to script doctor their screenplays - she excels in formatting, grammar, plot, character development, and dialogue.

From 2014-2017, Kerstin Glaess worked with her writing partner Philip Mercadante to co-write multiple screenplays including: Yalobusha (feature), Dust Devils (feature), Able Archer 83 (feature), The Fence (short), Bagman (short), Dear Sterling (short), The Surprise (short) and Mr. City Pants (television). Their production company 26 Symbols Productions produced Yalobusha (2015), The Fence (2016), The Surprise (2016), and Bagman (2016). 

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Founded in 2020, Elevating Everyday is a lifestyle blog inspiring women to elevate their everyday through food, fashion, and decor, while also celebrating the imperfections of life.

 

Most of the content is written and curated by Kerstin though she does welcome guest posts and collaborations. 

The majority of the audience is women, aged 15-50 living in the US, Canada, and the UK.

Read the blog at elevatingeveryday.net

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Started in 2020, the Kerstin Glaess Art blog shares resources and personal anecdotes to visitors interested in learning about Kerstin, her artwork, as well as resources emerging artists, and information for art lovers. 

 

Most of the content is written and curated by Kerstin though she does welcome guest posts and collaborations. 

The majority of the audience is women, aged 15-50 living in the US, Canada, and the UK.

Read the blog at kmglaess.com/journal

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Started in 2018, the Kerstin Glaess Film & TV blog shares resources and personal anecdotes to visitors interested in learning about Kerstin, her films & television shows, resources for emerging producers, and information for movie lovers. 

 

Most of the content is written and curated by Kerstin though she does welcome guest posts and collaborations. 

The majority of the audience is women, aged 15-50 living in the US, Canada, and the UK.

Read the blog at kerstinglaess.com/blog