Experienced edit and digital producer working on factual programming.
• Producing videos and podcasts for OTT, OD and social platforms to a monthly audience of over 450,000. • Developing new and recurring series including current affairs coverage and educative content. • Producing over 200 live programmes for the biannual, award-winning HowTheLightGetsIn festival. • The programmes’ online audience has grown from 2.5 million to over 6 million in the last year. • Produced, researched, and conducted 25 interviews across two days for HowTheLightGetsIn London 2019. Interviewees consisted of leading politicians, artists, journalists, and academics including Vince Cable, Rory Stewart, Michael Morpurgo, and Brian Eno. • Trained 25 camera operators and DIT supervisors for HowTheLightGetsIn London 2019's film crew; managed a crew of six as the studio interview producer.
• Produced still and video assets for clients; responsible for research and concept development, scripting, directing, and editing. • Clients included charities, brands, an influencer with over 2 million subscribers, and the world’s largest student-run company. • Experienced using editing software including Avid Pro Tools and Adobe Audition, Premiere Pro and After Effects, and Photoshop. • Experienced operating a range of broadcast and digital cameras.
• Developed strategy for the RON campaign during the University of York Students’ Union 2018 presidential elections • Increased first-preference RON votes by 680% from 2017, ensuring an unprecedented second place. • Mobilised previous non-voters; 24% more students voted than in 2017, producing the largest turnout ever for the Union. • Copywrote press releases and secured promotion in local and national student outlets including York Vision and The Tab. • Directed market research and produced campaign media that amassed over 17,500 views on Facebook alone. • Consulted on student representation and engagement by the Union, which recognised RON’s “impressive” reforming campaign.
• Developed, line produced, and directed four sold-out productions with over 1000 attendees. • Produced and conducted interviews with artists, academics, and community leaders. • Raised £1000 initial grant funding; developed a self-sustaining business model by profiting from each subsequent production. • Managed relations with external firms and regulators including Bankside Open Spaces Trust and Southwark Council. • Developed promotional partnerships with firms including Illuminate Productions. • Ran social media channels, securing promotion from organisations including the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. • Hired and managed production talent and technical contractors. • Led and designed digital and print marketing, and managed field marketing teams, doubling targeted audience reach. • Provided high-level administrative support including clerical work, office management, and marketing research.
• Researched and presented approaches to client cases and related legal regulations to a Senior Partner, coordinating with PSLs to so. • Analysed and managed qualitative and quantitative data sets for multiple multi-million-pound operations simultaneously.
I achieved a 2:1, and focused often on film. My dissertation considered the relationship between nationalism and feminism in South Korea's new wave cinema.
I achieved 39 points in the IB, and 6A*s, 4As, and 1B in my iGCSEs/GCSEs.