Audrey Owusu-Frempong
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Audrey Owusu-Frempong

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
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Audrey Owusu-Frempong

CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Creative with experience in Film, Comms and Journalism. I am passionate about making art and culture accessible to people from a range of backgrounds, breaking down jargon and creating content that is inclusive. What I’ve been up to: Working on Distorted Fest, an online multimedia festival aimed at countering misconceptions surrounding disability within Black and Brown communities. Live camera operation for gigs part of the Roundhouse Rising Festival 2019. Worked on PR for Exhibition on Screen’s art documentary Van Gogh and Japan, Mayfair Art Weekend 2019 and Avant Arte’s collaboration with Cai Guo-Qiang. Journalism Trainee with South London Press. Reviewer with Jazzwise and The Write Stuff for London Jazz Festival 2018. Community Officer with the University of Kent which involved putting on community-led and focused events to build cohesion and understanding between students and residents.
Projects
  • Distorted Fest
    Distorted FestDistorted Fest is an online multimedia festival aimed at countering racist and ableist misconceptions surrounding disabilities within black communities.
  • Choices
    ChoicesThis is short film is in the style of a PIF or PSA (Public Information Film in the UK/ Service Announcement in the US). The film centres around giving young people the choice to choose creative subjects and widening perceptions of the creative industry. This topic is extremely relevant now and I personally think it is important to not only engage with young people but their parents when it comes to choosing schooling and future careers. The involvement of parents/carers in the early stages of
  • War and Injury to the Body
    War and Injury to the BodyThe essay looks at the relationship between war and the human body. War is not often viewed as an assault on the individual human body but seen as conflict between groups and states. The essay used several schools of thought and thinkers to discuss the injury to the body through war. This also included a discussion on targeted violence against women and young children due to patriarchy and 'the destruction of normal patterns of social relations' as described by Christine Sylvester. These group
Projects credited in
  • Creativity Works: Rushes 2019
    Creativity Works: Rushes 2019A six-week immersive introduction to the world of post production in film, TV and online digital platforms, with Framestore, Untold Studios, The Ridley Scott Group and Splice Post. Check out their films here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQA362djFwU&feature=youtu.be Throughout the 6 weeks, participants developed their editing skills using software including Final Cut Pro, Avid, Premiere Pro and will learn a basic understanding of on and offline edits. They spent some time shadowing editors
Work history
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    Assistant PR ExecutiveSky
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Working alongside the Drama and Factual teams to support campaigns
    British Film Institute (BFI) logo
    British Film Institute (BFI) logo
    BFI London Film Festival Critic MenteeBritish Film Institute (BFI)
     - London, United KingdomPart Time
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Skills
  • Storytelling
  • Writing
  • Social Media
  • Interviewing
  • Interview Transcribing
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Filming
  • Editing Film
  • PR Campaigns
  • Press Liaison
  • Radio Presenting
Education
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    BA(Hons) Politics and International Relations University of Kent
     - Canterbury, United Kingdom