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Storytorch consulting. Illuminating Australian stories.

Storytorch Consulting specialises in communicating cultural heritage to museum/heritage audiences in the most engaging way possible, through quality visitor engagement programs, strategies and documents.

National Library of Australia

Curriculum Research and Education Project

“Samantha brought to our project her expertise as an educator within the cultural sector, strong project management skills, great written communication skills and a wonderful streak of creativity.”

Kathryn Favelle
Director, Community Engagement
The National Library of Australia

The Royal Australian Mint

Winning Tourism Award Submission

“Samantha demonstrated a clear understanding of our objectives, evidenced by the insightful questions she asked us in order to gather information for our submission.  She took the corporate information we provided and wove it into a narrative that was easy to read and informative.  The submission was well-written, creative and successful!”

Jo Fryer
Education and Visitor Services Manager
The Royal Australian Mint

Reviews

The Day We Built the Bridge - Historical Children’s Picture Book

“This is a visually stunning encounter with a period of history that continues to define Australia to this day; the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This book is not a dry factual historical account. It is a tender testimony to the birth of a dream and an eloquent reminder that tenacity and determination keep dreams alive no matter how long they take to realise. For an absolute glorious commemoration of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and an evocative journey of the senses, you must experience this picture book.”

Dimity Powell (author)
Boomerang Books

The Happiness Jar - Award-winning Fiction Novel

“This year’s winner (The Happiness Jar) is a compelling story about awakening and renewal. Written in a beautiful and direct style, its journey of transformation takes us from the Australian city, to remote country, to the crowded streets of India. Its characters are wonderfully and vividly drawn: raw and never sentimental. Through their experiences, Samantha Tidy prompts us to reexamine our understandings of grief, legacy, honesty and family. The Happiness Jar is a powerfully constructed and at times surprising work: a thread that runs back and forth in time between different cultures, places and points-of-view. Above all, it is a satisfying, original and engaging novel with a unique perspective, and a worthy winner in 2014. “

Judge’s Comments
ACT Writing and Publishing Awards, 2014

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