Assistant Director / Videographer, music and media related online content” Assisted the director in regards to every aspect of writing treatments, conceptualizing content, marketing and budgeting. along with other practical aspects including; ? - Assembling, preparing and setting up equipment prior to filming. ? - Offering advice on how best to shoot a scene, explaining the visual impact created by particular shots; ? - Planning shots - when filming an expensive drama scene, there may be only one chance to get things right so shots need to be meticulously planned beforehand; ? - Practising the camera moves required for pre-arranged shots; ? - Studying scripts; ? - Finding solutions to technical or other practical problems (for an outside broadcast, for example, the natural light conditions need to be taken into account when setting up shots); ? - Being prepared to innovate and experiment with ideas; ? - Working quickly, especially as timing is such an important factor; ? - Taking sole responsibility in situations where only one camera operator is involved in the filming; ? - Keeping up to date with filming methods and equipment; ? - Repairing and maintaining equipment; ? - Demonstrating a good awareness of health and safety issues; ? - Driving crew, actors and equipment to and from locations. ?
Covering areas such as entrepreneurism, project management, live music, musicology, copyright and consultancy, this degree gives an excellent overview of the music business as well as contemporary issues in arts management. The degree cuts across music, business and law