|Year||Role / Type||Name of Production / Director|
|2019||Crowd costume pa |
Year Qualification Where 2019 english literature university of sussex
Working in a creative industry has always been a must. My degree in English Literature let me explore this - reading texts that range from the 14th century to current day has given me an immense historic and cultural insight which I believe essential in to entering the film industry - particularly in the costume department which is where I wish to continue my experience.
During my degree, one of my assessments entailed designing the stage and costumes for Shakespeare's The Tempest. This was a task where I felt my creativity flourished. It led me to realise that my skills and imagination were best suited to the stage, on film and tv.
Working behind the camera is something I'm used to - I am starting out in photography using my own DSLR and this is another creative hobby I wish to improve and turn into a paid role. What I wish to get across though, is my ability to see things through an artistic lens.
During my studies, I had the opportunity to work on Disney's Maleficent II as a Crowd Costumer PA. This is really where my journey in the film industry began. Working with a team, and working with such an intricate and crucial aspect of the film industry was truly rewarding and where I wish to take my career further.
I would like to state, since there is no option in the list of job titles, that my last primary job title was a Crowd Costumer PA. This entailed numerous roles. Essentially, I was part of the team responsible for the costumes for the crowd before filming, on set and during wrap.
Kristen Ernst-Brown - Wardrobe Mistress **contact removed** Sarah Robinson - Supervisor. **contact removed**
- Years in industry
- less than a year
- Experienced in
- Film (Feature)
- Standard Driving (PLG)
- Interested in
- Digital/Online Campaigns
- Drama Reconstruction
- Film (Feature)
- Film (Short)
- Reality TV
- Youth TV
- DBS checked