At DMS, the majority on our work was localising US trailers for international release. I spent most of my days on Premiere subtitling and conforming localised graphics and mixes in Premiere for a variety of different territories including (but not limited to): France, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Norway, Australia, Latin America and Canada. I also did various ad hoc work and specifically requested for creative edits of trailers to be released on social media platforms. I was also required to ingest media for film premieres in London including Star Wars The Last Jedi, and cut red carpet interviews on a tight schedule to be released the following morning. I was one of the only members of the Tech team doubling as an audio assistant so I would also tracklay some projects during the day and also mix them on night shift and fill in for the mixers if they were sick or on holiday.
As a runner I was in charge of making teas and coffees for the clients, fetching their lunches and keeping the edit suites clean and tidy. I was also required to run any tapes or other materials to any of the different ENVY buildings or production companies nearby and check them into the library on weekends or night shifts. As a receptionist I directed phone calls and I was the first face clients meet. I made sure people got to where they needed to be, and also kept on top of my assigned paperwork.