I am a motion designer looking currently looking to secure a placement year in industry. I have skills in Photography, Graphic Design, Video Editing and 3D Animation. I enjoy playing sports such as football, squash and table tennis, and can play the drums. I love all things Film and like to keep up to date with the latest film news.
- Design Academy Health AppJan 2017 - March 2017 · Took part in a four-day course run by the Design Council. This involved collaborating with students from a variety of creative courses including Illustration, Interior Architecture and Digital Media. · The group explored ways in which health services could be improved, and presented these ideas to a panel at Design Council’s headquarters in London. · The short course required participants to think quickly and generate lots of ideas in a short space of time. · Learned how to best utilise each team member’s skills in order to create a successful product. · Developed skills in strategic design, critical and creative thinking and solving complex problems.
Assistant Lighting EngineerComplete Electrical Services
- Wallington, United KingdomFull Time
• Assisted electrical engineers to install lighting and electrical systems and removing obsolete systems. • Travelled across London working in a variety of churches, heritage buildings and schools. • Due to having no electrical knowledge prior to this, the ability to be versatile and take initiative were important. • The job involved physical work, such as climbing into tight loft spaces and using ladders and scaffolding towers to access high places. • Communicated with engineers, wholesalers and clients.
- Adobe Creative
- Motion Design
- Graphic Design
- Film/video Editing
- Logic Pro
BSc (Hons) Entertainment TechnologyUniversity of Portsmouth
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Degree focused on creating multimedia and understanding how this can be applied to the entertainment industry. Subject areas covered in the degree include: 3D Animation, Visual Effects, Computer Graphics, Music and Sound Design, Film & TV Production, and Research Methods. The course has developed several transferable skills, such as: • Taking initiative to complete additional independent work outside of contact hours, for example building on knowledge of software packages such as Illustrator by designing logos and Autodesk Maya through creating 3D animations. • Time management and organisation by making sure enough time is spent on each project. Also, setting own deadlines for various projects, for example, balancing involvement on two different TV productions in a TV Live Production unit, and filming and editing a promo video using Premiere Pro for the Christian Union society in time for Fresher’s Week. • Addressing a group of people and communicating ideas to them clearly, learnt through pitching an artefact created in After Effects based on emerging technologies and presenting a research topic exploring interactive content. • Working in both sizeable and smaller teams, to conduct research on new media streaming methods and working within a large TV production crew. • Reflecting on the success of projects, contributions of fellow team members and personal performance, through evaluative reports and peer assessments.