Murray co-founded Narativ with Dr. Paul Browde in 2000. In addition to teaching his listening and storytelling method in keynotes and on-site, customized workshops to corporations, and for individuals online in small groups, Murray has applied his listening and storytelling methodology in the theater and documentary filmmaking. Two Men Talking, a performance of his listening and storytelling method developed with Dr. Paul Browde, has been performed in the West End of London and Off-Broadway in New York City. His film, “Why Can’t We Be a Family Again?”, about African American brothers in Brooklyn struggling to reunite with their mother, a recovering drug addict, was nominated for a 2002 Academy Award®. Murray is currently producing and directing “Sala: The Letter Carrier,” a documentary film about a Nazi Holocaust survivor who resolutely chose not to tell her story until age promoted her to speak.
Murray has taught storytelling for 25 years in more than 50 countries with more than 10,000 people. He understands that we all have a personal story to tell. We simply need a method to excavate, craft, and present that story.
Learn more about Murray on his website.