|Year||Role / Type||Name of Production / Director|
|2018||Archive Assistant |
|Untitled Sir Alex Ferguson Documentary |
Year Qualification Where 2018 Audio and Music Technology University of the West Of England
Since I decided to quit my mundane job in retail and go back to college at the age of 23, I have been on an educational journey through music, audio, and film, which culminated in researching for, shooting, directing, producing, editing, and sound mixing a 30-minute documentary about Chicago Hip Hop, having travelled to the city off my own back in 2017.
Having worked incredibly hard to be starting a career in something I love, I am determined to have a successful and fulfilling career. Ultimately, documentary production is where I want to end up, but for the time being I am interested in gaining experience within various areas of film and television, as I know it will only be beneficial in the long run.
If you are looking for someone who is amiable, positive, switched on, calm under pressure, and incredibly hard working, then don't hesitate to get in touch about any potential roles.
Since moving to London after graduating in the summer of 2018, I have worked for various companies within film and television. These included 4 weeks worth of work experience at Pulse Films, where I undertook research and wrote treatments for various prospective music documentaries, along with working as an Archive Assistant at Passion Pictures on a feature documentary about Sir Alex Ferguson. Currently, I am working as a freelance runner at Halo Post Production, a role that I have been doing on an ad-hoc basis since August 2018.
Available on request
- Years in industry
- less than a year
- Experienced in
- Standard Driving (PLG)
- Interested in
- Film (Feature)
- Film (Short)
- DBS checked
- Languages Spoken