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Recent graduate in Film production Technology, eagerly looking to put the skills I have into camera operation and editing to the test with a creative flair.Locked Pro Plan feature
- Responsible for assisting the filming of promotional material for an all deaf production at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre (REP). This role involved being able to film independent from a script and be confident in keeping up with the talent on stage. - Using a Canon C300 with a macro lens, my skills of keeping up with a performer on stage, despite constant movement from them, was enhanced, expanding my ability to pull focus where necessary to ensure the talent were in constant focus.
- Responsible for the lighting and filming of the documentary ‘The Holocaust - A Scar that Never Heals’ - Camera used was a Canon C300, as well as a Canon C100 with an Atomos Ninja attached, which enhanced my skill ability in being able to operate a Canon video camera. These cameras were used to ensure that the playback was suitable for broadcast specifications. - Made in association with University College London (UCL) which entailed that communication with them has to remain at a professional standard - Responsible for booking and guaranteeing the safekeeping of equipment for return. - Booking out equipment entailed finding equipment compact enough to travel large distances, as the project was based in London and equipment was being travelled from Birmingham on a weekly basis. - Working with elderly people entailed that their comfort in the production was a priority, where factors such as harsh lighting may come into play, therefore communication to guarantee their comfort was important. - The film was viewed at a premiere at the ODEAN cinema in Birmingham, and received further interest from the UCL itself.
- Working with fashion student to communicate ideas and concepts through a visual medium. - Involved discussing ideas and concepts and how to communicate such through film - Camera used was a BlackMagic cinema camera, which assisted in expanding a skillset in how to operate a cinematic camera.
- Responsible for overseeing editing processes and video shoots. This guaranteed that an expansion of knowledge into these areas of production and post-production were gained. - Responsible for taking photography of products for online retail, entailing that my knowledge of photography; in terms of what makes a photograph look professional, were expanded upon. - Keeping equipment in check and ensuring that all equipment taken for a days filming were returned and in functional condition. - Expanded I.T. skills through the practice of helping with e-commerce and ensuring that products were easily
- Advanced Film Studies UG2 - 88.0 - Narrative Design UG2 - 80.0 - Studio Production - 64.0 - Production Techniques UG2 - 67.0 - Post Production and Video Manipulation UG2 - 70.0 - Image Technology UG2 - 71.0 - Pre-Visualisation UG3 - 72.0 - Film Production Planning UG3 - 65.0
Psychology (C), English Literature (B), Media Studies (B)