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Cornelius Walker is a Director and Creative Content Producer who is passionate about storytelling and aims to provide gratifying entertainment for the masses. In recent years, I have been fortunate to create content with a range of companies such as Google, HSBC, We are Social, E! Entertainment, Give me Sport, Knight Dragon.
Y.O.C.F was founded in 2015 with the idea of removing any creative restraints had in previous roles and allowing myself and my team full freedom in the work we were creating and the briefs we took on. In my role as the senior content producer, I'm responsible for developing producing and client-based content. Budget and schedule management. Close Managing and Organising of Production. Close monitoring internal resource allocation. Manage delivery of the final product(s). Supervising and coordinate projects making sure content adheres to brand guidelines handling project ideas from conception through to delivery. Work I've produced range from social media campaigns for Google, HSBC, Redbull and Knights Dragon.
I worked as a technical runner at ITV London studios. This job taught me how the workflow works in post-production and how post-production works in a and how it should be run in a big company. It was Pleasure to work and learn from some of the industries very best.
I worked as Production and Technical Personel at the London 2012 Olympic games for OBS.
Preparation work on your shooting script and powerful direction of the camera are vital to engage your audience. Directors need to have the tools and the skills to be able to direct the camera effectively under the pressure of production and yet keep creative ideas fresh and true. The Tools of Directing give directors their own unique methodology and bring new insights and clarity to the profession; which have both creative and financial benefits to film and TV production. Simon Phillips is a direction consultant for feature film and high level TV directors.