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Jared Garrett

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.

Jared Garrett has loved books since childhood; stories of adventure and family and heroes
showed him a world that he wanted to live in—so it’s no wonder he became a writer. He
has seven published novels with several more on the way.
He started his career teaching English as a Second Language in Utah, Japan, Taiwan, Alaska and now back in Utah. Jared has worked as an instructional designer, creating learning and training solutions & taught thousands of people around the world about the power and structure of storytelling, finding your voice, how to be a better public speaker, and the power that rules can lend to creativity. As a motivational speaker, he inspires people to see obstacles and past challenges not as baggage, but as an armory that will help them overcome anything. He has also taught and presented at schools and conferences across the country, teaching writing and productivity skills.
Jared has several learning opportunities he brings to groups.  Free Your Imagination with
Structure: Helps learners to build skills and techniques for telling wildly imaginative stories by learning and practicing with the power of structure. Learners leave the learning experi- ence with big ideas and specific things they can do to free their voice and creativity.  Never
Boring: There is a reason that book kept you up way past your bedtime. It’s not just be- cause you love the characters and the world. The writer used some techniques that you can learn to use too that will mak

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