I am an avid reader, researcher and writer, I work well under tight deadlines and thrive under pressure, I also thrive in creative environments and like being part of projects that, inspire and educate readers about worlds and stories they never knew existed. I am currently drawn to research and write about actual events, from around the world, in any period of time. I am currently developing two projects, one about the student uprising in Iran in 1999 and the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989.
Part-time, student support technician, forward facing, help book out digital equipment, whilst also helping resolve student issues relating to filming.
I was the first point of contact for all customer queries, relating to the online services of the Pension Fund. I responded to all correspondence received and was responsible to attending all events, and in a customer facing role also answered questions relating to all online services for the Norfolk Pension Fund.
Currently this course has been both supportive and thought-provoking environment for me to explore ideas, and develop my craft and is helping me finish a full-length work to a high standard. Thought the course I am developing as a writer and feel I am sharpening my understanding of what's working and what isn't. No single style or genre is prescribed; the ethos of the programme is excellence and diversity, which is constantly challenging me to read and evaluate my ideas. I have a good understanding of the writing choices available to leading playwrights and screenwriters. I've also had the chance to work with actors and directors from London's new writing theatres, and received guest talks from agents, producers and artistic directors.
There was an emphasis on hands-on training, I had access to high specification digital cameras and film production equipment. And across multiple platforms, I learnt the processes and techniques that brought my projects to life, cemented with a strong theoretical foundation of film theory. I learnt how to emotionally engage my audience and draw them into my work. I gained experience in working independently and collaboratively on factual and fictional productions, this has enabled me to graduate with a highly transferrable skill set.
I have a Foundation Degree in Business and Management, that I studied part-time whilst working for Norfolk County Council. This course covered project management, finance, marketing, planning and research. I also achieved a Level 5 Diploma from the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).