Conor Bannon

Camera operator/editor

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  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

Skills

 

  • TV
  • TV Film Commercial
  • Editing
  • Video
  • Film Production
  • Post Production
  • Production Assistant

Work history

Currently

Camera Operator & Editor

Disorder Magazine

Mar 2015
  • • Camera Operating and filming interviews • Editing footage, using Final Cut pro, into a piece which is then uploaded onto the Disorder website and/or Youtube • Writing up reviews on video games which are then published into the Disorder magazine • Helping other members of staff, such as looking up info for them, proof reading to name a few.

2015

Admin Assistant

Prospects Recruitment

Nov 2014 - Feb 2015
  • • Registering clients so that it goes into the system that they have attended job search • Overseeing mail-outs and sometimes posting them • Helping clients improve their CVs • Preparing computers and other equipment for sessions • Welcoming clients and dealing with enquiries.

2014

Retail Assistant

Trinity Hospice Charity Shop

Apr 2014 - Sep 2014
  • • Stacking shelves and making sure the shop was nice and presentable • Lifting heavy boxes and other equipment • Working on the cash register • Helping customers with any queries E.G. finding certain items within the shop • Sorting items by category then putting them on the right shelves

2014

Retail Assistant

Shoe Zone

May 2014 - Jun 2014
  • • Tagging shoes and making sure that they go on the right shelves so that people can purchase them. • Getting shoes from the stock room in a quick manner and getting to ready to put out on the shop floor • Dealing with customer enquiries E.G. finding the right pair of shoes, helping the elderly try on shoes, finding the required size for people from downstairs etc. • Making sure the shop is presentable and hazard free by making sure the shop is clean and putting back shoes that might have fallen from shelves. • Cleaning the shop E.G. moping the floors, cleaning from under the shelves and scraping price stickers from the floor.