2019 Session Description

Writing Freely

For adults (teens welcome) • 45 minutes
Category: Creating
7:00am daily • Court 5
Time and location subject to change (what isn't?)

Maybe you like to write, or you want to write more. Perhaps you feel the need to reflect on all the things that you’re experiencing at Mindcamp, to collect them and make sense of them. Or you just want to explore your creative potential using words and language.

These are all good reasons to join us mornings for random free-writing. We’ll use prompts and images and writing exercises to unleash the words in you. No need to attend every time, just drop in whenever you feel the urge to write.

The Skinny: 3 things you will do in this session

  • Access your natural fluidity in order to write spontaneously
  • Generate a first draft (of whatever you want to write) without effort or angst
  • Defer judgment on yourself and fully enjoy the process of writing
Tom McMillian
Montville, NJ
Since 2008, Tom McMillian has been the President of Techtao, a marketing consultancy. Tom not only brings innovative thinking to companies, but also works as the chief marketing officer for selective companies. Previously, Tom worked for Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson in the role of Director of Relationship & Interactive Marketing.

While at Pfizer, Tom was on the core team that brought innovation-cultural-change to the Pfizer. Not only was Tom instrumental in the creation and development of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare’s new innovation process, but also Tom was the highest ranked innovation instructor. In recognition of his efforts, Pfizer awarded Tom the W.E. Upjohn award for Innovation.

In addition to working for his clients, Tom brings his marking expertise, creativity, and passion for the arts to the Morris Arts as a board member. Plus, he loves playing his ukulele. Tom believes that a key ingredient to each day’s success is playing his beloved uke. Recently, he’s been nourishing his soul, playing music originally written for the lute on his ukulele.


Tom is a returning presenter. Click to see what they've presented in the past.

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