As part of the International team at BBH, I am responsible for managing the process of delivering global campaigns to the local markets, working closely with the Creative Managers, International Communications and Producers. I work across accounts such as Axe, Robinsons & British Airways. My role is to provide the following: • Act as one point of contact for all international requests on global pieces of business. • Ensure smooth implementation and delivery of a global campaign to the local markets. • To have a full understanding of the International Creative and Production process. • Oversee the translation of creative copy, VO recordings and adaptation of BBH’s master commercials Internationally. • Manage the finance of the adaptations we do, right from getting the estimates, creating PO’s and chasing payment.
After freelancing at ChilliBean in January 2011, I was offered a permanent role within the Client Services & Distribution Department, delivering TV spots globally. It was my job to transcode & encode these spots to correct formats for different countries, quality checking the tvcs were suitable for broadcast and being aware of foreign markets, making sure time differences are noticed to make sure commercials are delivered on time. I liaised with the Advertising agencies and post houses in different countries to get the spots delivered correctly. Through working at ChilliBean I built a knowledge of various file formats and broadcasting regulations. In addition to this I worked for their PR site SohoSoHo, helping to promote production and post productions companies globally. I managed the ChilliBean rebrand and new website design /implementation, which just went live in October 2014.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time freelancing at Maverick within their facilities department. Day to day tasks were very varied, from DVD duping, cloning DigiBetas, ingesting tape and tapeless rushes. Furthermore, I also supported the various productions with their cameras and workflow whilst shooting, then assisted their edits at the post production stage. Credited: Technical Assistant - Operation Ouch - CBBC