Holly Willis

Holly Willis

Video Intern & Freelance Editor/VideographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Holly Willis

Holly Willis

Video Intern & Freelance Editor/VideographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I currently work as a Video Intern at 90min, part-time. Alongside this, I do freelance editing for Smile More, where I edit and colour grade wedding videos. Also, I sometimes volunteer as a videographer & editor for Saint Francis Hospice. Prior to this, I graduated from Norwich University of the Arts with a First Class BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production degree. Looking forward to the end of the year and 2021, I hope to freelance more, from running jobs to editing to videography. My main aim is to be kept busy with lots of projects and to meet many more creative people! I pride myself on my constant attention to detail in any piece of work and high level of organisation. Not only do I love the planning and development process of any project, I also adore using my creative mind to solve problems and produce work that myself and a team can be proud of. Combined with my strong work ethic, I believe I can be a friendly and welcoming addition to a team of creatives.
  • All That's Left (2019)
    All That's Left (2019)Rupert Addington was the heart and soul of his family. However, when he dies unexpectedly, his wife and children struggle to adjust to life without him. All That’s Left focuses on how grief can come in all shapes and sizes and that it is something we all must deal with at some stage in our lives. The short film begins to shine a light on how this struggle with loss is individual to us, and not something we all deal with in the same way. Although a tough topic, it is something we should not feel
  • We Are Who We Are (2019)
    We Are Who We Are (2019)The Thalia Theatre Company is a charity that brings arts education to adults with learning disabilities. It seeks to show the importance of art as well as the inclusivity and belonging that comes from it. This documentary disclaims the preconceptions of what disabled people are capable of and give a face to those most at risk from the cuts to art programmes. A film by: Rory Aidan Browne Directors of Photography: Rory Aidan Browne & Bret Demmen Sound Recordist: Emma Holmes Editors: Holly Willis
  • 07:00:00 (2019)
    07:00:00 (2019)Set against the lead up to The Great Recession, an intern at a financial services company and his boss discuss the state of the economics industry and try to come up with a strategy for their next step. Starring: Elliott Rogers & Richard Rowden A film by: Bret Demmen Director of Photography: Rory A. Browne Production Designer: Amanda Wheeler Editor: Bret Demmen Foley Artists: Bret Demmen & Holly Willis Sound Recordist: Holly Willis Sound Designer: Bret Demmen
  • Mdeay (2019)
    Mdeay (2019)Mdeay – the Khmer word for ‘Mother’, follows Thida, a young surrogate mother carrying a foreign couple’s baby as she is caught up in the crackdown on commercial surrogacy in Cambodia. Placed under arrest and faced with the imminent birth of the child, Thida must make a life-changing decision that will have impacts on not only her life, but that of the new-born child. Aimee Kwan as Thida James Adams and Francesca Fielding as ‘Intended Parents’ Voice-Over Actress: Thavuth A film by: Sean Goddard
  • I, Florentina (2019)
    I, Florentina (2019)Florentina, the granddaughter of Victor Frankenstein, keeps herself locked away in a decrepit attic that accommodates her makeshift laboratory. The deaths of her grandfather and beloved cousin, Maria, motivate her work, and she tells an unknown audience what she has done in the name of science. Aislinn De’eath as Florentina Ellen Rutherford as Maria A film by: Mandy James Director of Photography: Nicola Malloupa Associate Producer: Jessica Wood 1st Assistant Director: Abigail Scrimshaw Produ
  • Our Body's Mind (2017)
    Our Body's Mind (2017)Our Body’s Mind is a short documentary that follows two stories from two people who have suffered with an eating disorder. The documentary focuses on the concept that an eating disorder is a mental illness, and not a physical one. The visuals demonstrate the conflicting messages we receive from advertisements and the media everyday- messages that we take in all the time, but most of this time without realising it. Director: Abigail Scrimshaw Producer: Bret Demmen Cinematographer: Nicola Mallou
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Work history
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    Video InternMinute Media
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    Freelance EditorSmile More
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    I work as a freelancer for Smile More, a photography company specialising in events such as weddings, birthdays etc. I began working for the company in July 2019, and have worked alongside them to get wedding video packages off of the ground.
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  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Risk Assessment
  • Call Sheets
  • Producing
  • Editing
  • Organisation
  • Adaptability
  • Confidence
  • Being Friendly
  • Microsoft Office
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Powerpoint
  • Microsoft Word
  • Set Building
  • Set Decoration
  • Research
  • Development
  • Creative
  • Ideas Development
  • Communication
  • Teamworking
  • Production Co-ordination
  • Directing
  • Directing Actors
  • 1st AD
  • Script Writer
  • Script Development
  • Sound Editing
  • Adobe Audition
  • Foley
  • Sound Recording
    First Class BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image ProductionNorwich University of the arts
     - Norwich, United Kingdom