Immediately after wrapping on NFBTM I was cam assist on Emma Finlan's music video 'Truly Gone'. I had never worked with Emma before but had spoken to her about her idea and was very interested. I was also
I was approached by Eira Wyn Jones about crewing on her graduation film 'No Friends But The Mountains'. Her film is a semi observational style non-fiction film about the Kurdish people who own a Naan
I was fortunate enough to be offered two days work experience with Staffordshire based production company Lenzflare. The event was the Douglas MacMillan Hospice Ruby Ball, held annually to celebrate the
I was greatly anticipating my return to university as I would get to screen my film to my peers. I was pretty pleased with the feedback I received from students and staff and feel proud to have completed
All summer I was looking forward to returning to university and having the opportunity and the time to make my first proper short film. The module brief was very open which gave me a lot of scope to come
Today was the second day of the Broadcast Video Expo at Manchester Central. I was invited to join David Wheeler of StartIn Tv and talk about how employers and new talent can benefit from using the website.
As part of our creativity module we visited the European capital of culture (2008), Liverpool. Whilst there we visited several art galleries and areas of interest.
I must admit, I have never been one
Over the summer, my little sister got married (hip-hip...) on the Greek island of Kos. After I had booked my flights, the first thing in my suitcase before my speedos and factor 50 sun cream was of course,
Over the summer I got in touch with a friend, James Millar of Giant Dwarf, about some possible collaboration or experience. James has won a few awards for his past work and has always been an innovative
Earlier this month I contacted Appetite, a creative arts council based in Stoke, with an idea I had for a short film. The idea was a film called 'Pareidolia' which is a fancy way of saying 'things that