Born in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia 1996 and raised in Leeds, England, Taliah Lamont was surrounded by the arts and cinema since she was a child. Making her own stop-motion animations at home, and her own 'films' through the video recording capability on the Sims 2, she was fascinated by the idea of storytelling. This passion carried her education through as she starred in musicals, plays, and participated in collaborating with the older students on business films for both her highschools. Two of these films would win her an award from both the ex-general director of the BBC, Greg Dyke, and the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, in Buckingham Palace before she graduated in 2013. These awards would lead to her decision to attend a BA (Hons) Film Production course at Middlesex University in 2015, where she would go on to not only discover her passion for producing but where she would also find her second-year film, Potty the Plant, playing at film festivals internationally and winning multiple awards across the UK, cementing her drive to make bigger and better films.Locked Pro Plan feature
As supervisor I process customer orders, online orders, oversee test and the day-to-day efficiency along with creating rotas and managing the daily tasks and growth of the team. On a macro level I also help oversee store profits, wage data, fulfillment data, and turnover percentages.
For a scene of the third season of the show 'Humans' I both acted as a cam-op extra, and used the TV studio camera to capture interview style shots that would be used in the final release of the episode.
A 3 year course balanced between artistic theory which culminated in the production of several films. During this course I specialised as a Producer.
A 2 year BTEC qualification covering all interactive media from graphic design, films, animation, and video games.
An award won in 2017 for my 2nd year film "Potty the Plant", a dark-comedy Musical.
An award given to the team for the best film using the theme North & South. We created a small animated short about two brothers, North and South, who's sisters Summer and Spring seperated them to the poles so they couldn't be together and how they would use winter snow to send eachother messages and see eachother. This was an award presented by Greg Dyke, the ex-Director-General of the BBC.
An award given to the team for creating the best marketing video for the Studio School Trust. The award was presented in Buckingham Palace by the Duke of York, Prince Andrew. We created a short "Draw My Life" style video for our highschool which highlighted our accomplishments and future goals.