Innovative and driven, Lookout Point - TV drama production company – intern and 1st class graduate, with sharp writing, research and organisational skills. I pride myself on collaborating well with others, using my initiative to learn and adapt independently and always being prepared to contribute creative ideas and solutions to challenges.
• Administrative duties, such as managing contacts, calls, office supplies, expenses & meeting schedules. • Assisting the development team on script reading and copyrights research • Researching & updating talent logs for production staff • Co-ordinated casting sessions • Acted as runner on director’s rehearsals of Les Miserables • Team assistance, such as booking couriering & transportation, making reservations, printing & binding scripts and office hospitality. • Liaising with senior production and development staff & high-profile talent.
• Researching talent and influencers to connect and collaborate with. • Commissioning artistic and journalistic work. • Making editorial decisions regarding submitted content, displaying an awareness of the issue’s theme and publications tone and brand. • Interviewing various key figures within the creative industries • Editing and proof-reading content • Updating social media channels and website
Events company responsible for media event All Of This Is Temporary in RichMix, Shoreditch & art exhibition Body and Vibes at The Depot, Clapton. • Scouting and liaising with talent about contracts, transportation of art, riders etc. • Curation assistance • Event management and production • Event development and programming
• Practiced professional etiquette and traditions of working on film and television sets and locations. • Responded quickly and without fuss to direction, showcasing awareness of continuality & set requirements. • Practiced flexibility and adaptability through working on varying productions and teams.
The programme focuses particularly on giving you a broad range of skills in creative business management, allied to knowledge and understanding of a variety of topics relating to cultural policy studies. These twin aims are underpinned by several cross-cutting themes that characterise the programme as a whole: globalisation and internationalisation in relation to culture; the place of the city in sustaining different forms of cultural practice; cultural work and cultural workers; and the role and importance of digital platforms and cultures, particularly in relation to legal frameworks and intellectual property rights.
On this 16 hours a week course, students study both the theory and practice of a wide range of Theatre styles.