Loking after my own members- PA work with a lot of client and supplier interaction. working to very tight deadlines and managing my members lives. Creating itineraries, travel, gift ideas to event managment. A lot of project management skills while working independently and within a small team. Networking with my members in order to provide the best service possible
?Delivering notifications to business' in Central London about future filming ?Locking off when cameras rolling and when needed. ?Assisting the cast where to go for food and shelter ?Assisting the 1st A.D in jobs ?Dealing with the public in very populated areas and assisting them where to go. ?Cleaning up of the set
?Dealing with the public on set. Assisting the public and directing where to go to avoid shooting. ?Ensuring the public don't get onto set. ?Locking off certain areas of the set when needed. Managing the other interns while on set and reporting back to the production department ?Office work. Assisting the assistant locations manager where needed in the office.
?Assisting the props department. Moving props to specific areas of the set when needed. ?Blocking off. When Camera’s were rolling I would assist the locations department in ensuring the set was clear of the public. ?Cleaning of the set. When filming was wrapped, I ensured the location was how it was before we arrived. organsing lunch for the A.D and location managers
?Locking Off. I was in charge of one section of a scene, and guaranteed that no one would walk into a certain area when rolling. ?Cleaning of the set. Ensuring the entire set was cleaned of all rubbish so the props could be tidied way.
?Taking care of performing artists ?Facilitating all departments when needed. ?Organizing the lunch for 30 crew and cast members, and ensuring I stayed in budget.
?Assisting the security department. ?Supporting the environmental department ?Liaising with the production department. ?Ensuring the location was kept to a high standard of preservation.
Media, film- practical and theory