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Currently producing a feature length documentary called The Other Fellow, which is about people who are called James Bond. The film is currently at the end of the production phase.
-Create and manage budgets and expense reports for the director.
-Approach channels to arrange meetings for future funding.
-Delegated tasks to the Social Media representative, Festivals and PR Co-ordinator and the Production Co-ordinator.
-Applying for International Documentary Programme at Screen Australia, and additional schemes within the UK, to provide the company with enough funding to use a Soho-based post-production house to edit the film.
-Brainstorming story ideas.
-Presenting the project to investors.
-Brainstorming and sourcing ancillary products across multiplatforms.
Worked on the production of a trailer for a feature film, based on a modern day adaptation of Oliver Twist. The trailer has been shown to investors with the aim to gain funding to produce a feature.
-Aided the director with script breakdowns and shot lists.
-Assisted in producing schedules.
-Attended site recces.
-Lit the film in a variety of locations.
- Acted as Camera Assistant and Focus Puller when necessary
If you are interested in funding this project, follow the link here
Worked across a variety of departments within the office, on a work experience scheme.
-Completed administration tasks.
-Inputted customer information into databases.
-Made amendments to artwork before print.
- Brainstormed ambient marketing solutions for BMW and Considerate Builders. The idea for Considerate Builders was passed on to the client as a company product idea.
I worked for All Saints on four separate occasions throughout university holidays.
- Investigated competitors to monitor their customer service, merchandising, sale progress and product catalogue. Weekly emails were sent to Head Office regarding these findings.
-Often the top seller of store cards for the week, exceeding targets.
-Flexible with availability, which included working over night shifts to prepare the shop for sales.
Ran the pen counter at the weekend and trained staff. Worked for the company throughout the weekends during both A Level and University study.
-Dealt with division administration.
-Bestseller of the weekend staff, taking £800 on average, on a Saturday.
- Achieved highest sale of £1200, which consisted of 4 of the highest value pens on the counter.
-Achieved 96% and 100% in mystery shopper tasks.
- Received recognition via email, for exemplary customer service, which was very unusual.
Achieved a 2:1 overall.
I chose to focus my dissertation on the competitiveness of the British film industry as I wanted to produce something that would help me at a later stage in my career. Through my dissertation, I interviewed two Hollywood Producers: Kevin De La Noy (Executive Producer of both the Dark Knight films), and Steve Clark Hall (Producer of Calendar Girls and both the Sherlock Holmes films).
Modules studied throughout the three years include:
Business Studies - A
Media Studies - B
English Language and Literature - B
Sociology - B
Mathematics with Statistics - E
Active member of the Jazz Choir.
English Language - A*
English Literature - A
Mathematics - A
Statistics - A
Science Dual Award - A, A
Graphic Design - A*
Business Studies - A*
ICT - B
Drama - B
Art - C
German - C
Received the Stubbs Cup for service to the school upon graduation.
Received the Business award for outstanding performance and commitment to the department upon graduation.
Acted as Deputy Head Girl throughout final year of study. This involved attending regular meetings with the principle, allocating Prefects their duties and looking after a year group.
Organised and ran multiple fundraising events, each raising over £200.
Performed in multiple musicals and recitals.
Although the blog was shut down whilst finishing my final year of university, due to the workload, it was re-opened in May 2013 and features regular posts.
The blog can be found here.
My LinkedIn Profile can be found here, where you can view a more comprehensive list of skills, ongoing projects and recommendations from previous employers.
Eddie acted as Producer on the trailer for Oliver and boosted my credit for Camera Assistant to Director of Photography, following my commitments to the project.
Jodie acted worked as Store Manager throughout the duration of my employment and often negotiated with the area manager to ensure my return to the store throughout university holidays.