Kia Fullerton

Kia Fullerton

Journalist & ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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Kia Fullerton

Kia Fullerton

Journalist & ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Pursing my career as a producer, particularly in commercial, factual entertainment, documentaries. Previously worked as a Production Assistant and Production Coordinator for Indie companies. I have also co-produced commercial shoots, short documentaries, short films, photoshoots and many more. As a Journalist, I have written articles for online publications and produced video content suited to organisations' YouTube channels. I am always looking to collaborate on fresh new projects, so please do contact me if you're interested in working together!
Projects
  • You Got This Girl
    You Got This Girl'You Got This Girl' is self-improvement article that focus on the importance of believing in yourself, your hustle and passions in life. 2020 was a difficult year for all us and I wanted to remind young women that despite the hard times or what social media makes us think is 'perfection', we are phenomenal beings capable of doing anything in life!! To read the full article go to https://yesgurl.co.uk/you-got-this-girl/
  • Thought Quest podcast - Black Lives Matter series P1
    Thought Quest podcast - Black Lives Matter series P1On this episode Thought Quest talk about the Black Lives Matter movement and whether it’s goals are measurable in society. We deepen on racism, police brutality, white privilege, the term 'Black excellence', work place discrimination and many more. We also question on the relation between slavery and capitalism, including what we as a society can do to stop racism.
  • Black Hair Discrimination in the UK
    Black Hair Discrimination in the UKMany individuals within the black community are facing discrimination against their hair. For instance, at work, in schools and by members of the public. I attended an event by Alfa Munk & The Black Experience called Crown - The creativity of black hair. Which hosted a panel discussion with creatives and entrepreneurs about their experiences and society not embracing African and Caribbean heritage.
  • Slavery reparations in the UK - African Diaspora News Channel
    Slavery reparations in the UK - African Diaspora News ChannelMany institutions in the UK benefited from the Atlantic Slave trade, such as banks, museums and factories. However, institutions like University of Cambridge are looking into ways in which they benefited from Slavery. This package explores the history into Britain's wealth and introduces the question as to whether descendants of slaves should be given reparations.
  • The power of dyslexia: Embrace you for you
    The power of dyslexia: Embrace you for youThis article is about my journey of accepting my dyslexia and not being ashamed of it anymore. I wanted this article to inspire others that they can achieve anything in life, with or without learning difficulties.
  • Thought Quest
    Thought QuestOn this podcast, we discuss a variety of topics that we face today and/or witness around the world. Such topics like the importance of community and how to be a leader within the community, LGBTQIA+, age vs maturity, sex and relationships, education, racism and so on. This podcast is about inclusivity, representing differences and connecting others throughout life.
Projects credited in
  • Curl Generations by The Curl Talk Project
    Curl Generations by The Curl Talk ProjectThe interviews of The Curl Talk Project showed that one of the reasons which causes women to hate their natural hair is the lack of positive intergenerational communications within families when it comes to coils and curls. Family members using terms like ‘coarse’, ‘high-maintenance’, ‘unprofessional’ or ‘difficult’ to define textured hair clearly has an impact on young girls who unfortunately grow up having internalised these negative messages, becoming women with low self-esteem. To raise aw
  • Behind The Scenes Video (Gifted, by Nature Productions)
    Behind The Scenes Video (Gifted, by Nature Productions)A project we developed in collaboration with our community, to showcase the bts production of a fashion editorial and artist photo shoot.
Work history
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    Production TraineeAccelerated Intelligence
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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    Production CoordinatorRenaissance Studios
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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Skills
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Newswriting
  • Interviewing
  • Reporting
  • Filming
  • Research
  • Social Media
  • Editing
  • Video
  • Producing
Education
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    BA (Hons) NCTJ JournalismBrunel University London
     - London, United Kingdom
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    Level 3 Diploma in JournalismNational Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ)