I am a London based freelance content producer, specialising in creating video and photography content for clients. Food content is my main area of interest and expertise. I have four years experience in creating content for some of the largest social media pages in the UK. This varies from inhouse studio production to on location shoots for external clients. My role covers end to end production delivery to the client. Production involves planning and executing the shoot along with post-shoot editing of footage. I have an extensive knowledge of multi platform social media content, producing videos and photographs for major social networks such as Youtube, Facebook and Instagram.
- Elliya EatsA food blog I started during the first lockdown in my kitchen. I create simple, affordable and tasty meals by incorporating everyday fresh produce, spices and cupboard items with flavours from all around the world. I develop the recipes, style, shoot and edit them to upload to my website www.elliyaeats.com or my Instagram @elliyaeats
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Projects credited in
- Twisted London2 years leading the SMM and Influencer Marketing. Data analysis. Menu/brand development. Worked with in-house content creation team, and influencers, to post daily content across Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Collaborated with an extensive range of brands/clients on sampling and social campaigns, restaurant activations and PR campaigns. Bringing the brand to life at Vegan Nights London to promote our plant-based menu.
London, United KingdomFull Time
Videographer and Video editor for one of jungle creations largest social media pages 'Nailed it'. My responsibilities include sourcing ideas which have the potential to go viral, shooting and editing the videos to make them aesthetically pleasing whilst also informative. Nailed it has grown to become a multi-platform channel, primarily based on Facebook, the channel has also generated millions of views throughout youtube and Instagram. Working in a team, I have also participated in devising creative strategies to increase the pages growth, creating briefs for clients and working to deadlines. https://www.facebook.com/pg/JungleNailedIt/videos/?ref=page_internal
Video Production InternBrandnation
- Union St, London SE1, UKInternship
I was responsible for coordinating the shooting and editing of advertisements for a variety of health, beauty and sport brands for their social media content. Varying from on-location shoots to studio video production, my role primarily included capturing video content with the Black Magic Cinema Camera, Canon C100 and Canon 5d mark 3. I was also involved in video post-production editing in Premiere Pro CC and colour grading in Magic Bullets Looks, Colorista and Lumetri Colour. Animating text, logos and video transitions was a vital part of the production process and during my time Brandnation, I was trained in After Effects in order to create and a achieve these animations. Initially, I was involved in assisting in the set up of lighting, photographing and the composing of images. However, I was ultimately given the responsibility to manage shoots and edit the final images in Photoshop, LightRoom and Camera Raw. These shoots primarily consisted of flat lay product shots, stylized product shots with models and stop motion videos.
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- Adobe Premier
- Adobe Lightroom
- Adobe Photoshop
- Canon Dslrs
- Dslr Videography
- Dslr Photography
- Adobe After Effects
- Camera Raw
- Final Cut Pro
BA(Hons) Media Culture and PracticeUniversity of the West of England
- Bristol, United Kingdom
A course which covered different platforms of end to end media production. As part of my 3-year study, I learnt about a variety of aspects of media including hands-on audio-visual production, individually and in groups, as well as the theoretical elements behind the development and application of modern media in today’s world. My passion for film and video has always been a key driver for me in determining my future career path. Studying media culture and practice not only taught me how to technically operate the video production equipment and postproduction software, but it also provided me with an insight to critical themes and theories within film and television. As the culture modules were very “sociology heavy”, engaging in social research and trends in relation to film and television was key to understanding the basis of film production. These academic theories have contributed to the development of my own work, providing theoretical grounds as a creative foundation to practical application.