I create academic podcasts that are made available as an educational resource to the public through the company's website.
This work includes various administrative office roles at different UAL sites. I entered student and non-personal data onto spreadsheets and transferred it onto an online booking system.
I am sent novels to write analytical book reports for this TV production company. I advise the company on which books should be considered to be made into a television series.
I worked in the office researching for projects that were to be pitched to Channel 4, BBC and ITV.
I supported students with special educational needs and I was a key worker for one particular student. My roles included: monitoring behaviour, creating strategies, giving feedback to parents, writing reports and giving in class and one-to-one support.
I edited the sound and video footage for the Civil Rights exhibition using Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition. I cut up archive footage and created an atmospheric track using recordings from The March on Washington.
I worked partly in the office taking phone calls, researching for shoots and helping with scripts and ideas for projects. I also spent time on several shoots, working as a camera operator.
A film I co-wrote, directed and edited called 'Penny Haymaker: A Director Prepares' won the August Film of the Month competition for My First Job In Film.