My passion for film blossomed from a young age, sat with my family back when I lived in Spain, or just on my own, watching films and shows from all over the world. I was not only moved, but very curious about how through sound and image, a stranger could cultivate so many emotions in an audience. I was attracted to the magic of television, the way storytelling has the ability to make you feel happiness, excitement, anxiety or melancholy. And how some films can stay with you for a lifetime, as if story unfolding on screen was a memory of your own. Moving to London more than four years ago gave me the opportunity to study and graduate on BA (Hons) Film Practice at London College of Communication (UAL), and start my career as a filmmaker. Now, I am striving to walk down the path that can fulfil my life-long goal of creating more films like the ones that made me travel to imaginary worlds when I was a kid. I’ve been also working as a Communications Assistant at the UAL Students’ Union for almost three years, to produce compelling, artistic and informative student-focused content for all of the Arts SU platforms. I was responsible for planning, researching and producing multimedia content, documenting and photographing Arts SU events and I also worked with them on exploring and interpreting effective ways to engage with the students.Locked Pro Plan feature
I work with the Comms team to produce compelling, artistic and informative student-focused content for all of the Arts SU platforms. I am responsible for planning, researching and producing multimedia content, documenting and photographing Arts SU events and I also work with them on exploring and interpreting effective ways to engage with the students.
I was involved with producing and liaising videos for different brands, business and agencies. I also used my skills as video storytelling and dynamic video solutions for video content such as conferences, presentations and interviews among others.
I represented London College of Communication at internal and external events to promote the work and ethos of the LCC and University of the Arts London. I worked closely with the LCC Widening Participation team, the LCC Communication team and the LCC Information Centre and carry out duties that support course-based and college-wide activities.
I worked building relationships with new students, using my experience at university to help them adjusting, and to inspire and motivate them to make the most of their time at UAL.
I worked as a Manager, being in charge of 118 volunteers, at Summer in the City, which is the UK's largest event for creators and fans of online video. This event has been running since 2009 and started to partner with brands such as YouTube, Sony and Disney.
I participated as a volunteer for the Homeless Film Festival that was running from the University of the Arts, London College of Communication that takes place every year on November. As a volunteer, I was involved in all the planning meetings, putting myself up to design posters and then distribute them. I was involved in all aspects of running the festival, from being at the door, welcoming visitors, serving teas to guests, helping with the technical aspects of the festival and on one of the occasions I introduced on the event.
For one year and five months I worked at the Disney Store in Oxford Street, London. I was responsible for assisting with stock deliveries and replenishment to agreed standards, achieving financial and productivity goals, welcoming every customer, accompanying them through the sales process, and performing effective till transactions including cash handing.
I have recently graduated on this industry focused course designed to provide practice in all technical aspects of film production. It is taught through a guided process of production of a portfolio of short films. Through these last three years I have gained training in Editing, Producing, Assistant Directing and Production Design. This course is focused on Production and Production Management, from fundraising and budgeting, casting, location scouting, crew management, to creative production. My Final Major project focused on Editing and Assistant Directing.
This IED course in Photography teaches how to see and communicate through an image, a story, a thought, or an emotion. The necessary skills are sensibility- human and aesthetic, good knowledge of humanistic culture and art, and a deep knowledge of the materials, the technology and the processes of photography.
This course included Photography, Sculpture, Audiovisual, Painting, and History of Art.
For contribution they have made to student activities, the Students' Union and the wider community.