Sparrow Hall is a writer, producer, researcher and digital storyteller. Author of Two Blue Wolves and Nightwork, Sparrow’s work represents a new wave in digital publishing, merging literary fiction, music, video, and curated online content into an immersive storytelling experience.
Sparrow’s stories explore themes of identity, consciousness and transition. His research looks at the interconnection between quantum physics, the paranormal, spirituality and technology, and what further discoveries in these fields could mean for human progress.
Sparrow has led industry discussions, workshops, and seminars around open-source innovation, the future of convergent media, branded content, and digital storytelling. Speaking engagements and publications include Filmmaker Magazine, StoryWorld Conference, Digital Hollywood, BlogWorld, Lincoln Center’s StoryCode, and DIY Days at The New School.
Sparrow has led cross-platform content initiatives for The New York Times, DreamWorks, American Express, Samsung and The State of New York. Awards include the Cannes Lion, the SABRE Award, IAB MIXX, and the Effie Award.
Sparrow is a graduate of Bennington College and lives in upstate New York.