TOM HUDSON

 

  TOM HUDSON IS THE EDITOR IN CHIEF FOR SKY NEWS - A WHALE OF A CONSERVATION TALE SET IN OUR PLASTIC INFESTED OCEANS

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The adventures of John Storm and the Elizabeth Swann. John Storm is an ocean adventurer and conservationist. The Elizabeth Swann is a fast solar powered boat. During a race around the world, news of the sinking of a pirate whaling ship reaches John Storm and his mate Dan Hawk. They decide to abandon the race and try and save the whale.

 

 

 

 

Tom Hudson is a chiseled editor in chief with a nose for a good story. He works for (New) Sky News in this futuristic adventure.

 

He is friends with Steve Green from years of trading and knows of Charley Temple from their university days. He also sits on a board of ocean elders, comprised of other news editors, corporations and personalities with conservation interests.

 

When news of Kulo Luna comes to his attention, he goes all out to cover the story.

 

    

 

 

Johnny Storm (above) is a fictional ocean adventurer and conservationist based on a real person living in Sussex. We need a volunteer amateur model to create the Dan Hawk character. If you fancy putting yourself (or someone you know that fits the bill) forward as a candidate based on the descriptions in this outline, we'd like to hear from you. Please help us to make this project come to life. The only proviso is that as this is a local project, you must live reasonably locally.

      

 

         

 

We need a character face for Tom Hudson. He would be around 40-50 years old in this story, but younger or older would be okay if the face is right.

 

 

 

 

CHARACTER

DESCRIPTION   

 

 

ABC Live News

Dominic Thurston, editor, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Abdullah Amir

Skipper of Khufu Kraft, solar boat

Ark, The

DNA database onboard the Elizabeth Swann

Ben Jackman

Skipper of Seashine, solar boat

Billy Perrin

Cetacean expert

Brian Bassett

Newspaper Editor

Captain Nemo

Autonomous navigation system, Elizabeth Swann

Charley Temple

Camerawoman & investigative reporter

Dan Hawk

Electronics Wizard, World champion gamer, Computer hacker & analyst

Dick Ward

BBC news editor, PA

Elizabeth Swann

World's fastest solar and Hydrogen powered ship

Frank Paine

Captain Ocean Shepherd

George Franks

Solicitor based in Sydney & London (Franks Swindles & Gentry)

Hal

AI onboard the Elizabeth Swann

Harold Harker & Todd Timms

Sandy Straits Marina, Hervey Bay, Urangan, Queensland, East Australia

Jean Bardot

French Skipper of Sunriser, solar boat

Jill Bird

BBC world service presenter who is outspoken at times and tells it like it is

John Storm

Adventurer, ocean conservationist, amateur anthropologist

Jonah

2nd Japanese whaler, spectacularly sunk by Kulo-Luna

Kana

A young female humpback whale, killed by whalers

Kuna

Daughter of Kulo-Luna, baby calf humpback whale

Kulo Luna

A giant female humpback whale that sinks two whaling ships

LadBet International

A global gambling network that prides itself on accepting the most unusual wagers

Lars Johanssen

Skipper of Photon Planet, a solar powered boat

Peter Shaw

Pilot, arctic based

Professor Douglas Storm

Designer of Elizabeth Swann & uncle to John Storm

Sand Island Yacht Club

The official start and end of the Solar Cola Cup: World Navigation Challenge, Honolulu

Sarah-Louise Jones

Solar Racer, Starlight

Shui Razor

Captain, Suzy Wong, Japanese whaling Boat

Solar Cola Cup

World Navigation Challenge, for PV electric powerboats & yachts

Solar Cola, Spice & Tonic

Thirst quenching energy drinks with vitamins that aid healing and recovery

Suki Hall

Marine Biologist

Stang Lee

Captain, Jonah, Japanese whaling Boat

Steve Green

Freelance Reporter, Mr Exclusive

Suzy Wong

A Japanese whaling boat, spectacularly sunk by a whale

Tom Hudson

Sky News Editor

Zheng Ling

Japanese Black Market Boss

 

 

 

 

 

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