CITV (3 idents)
Independent Democracy Now
We Are Liquid
Hippodrome Young Carers
Project Officer Jan 2012 – April 2016 Reel Access Birmingham
Whilst working part time for Reel Access I was promoted to Project Officer. I was given responsibilities such as devising and delivering workshops to a range of abilities and ages, whilst ensuring a good quality end product and more importantly, a meaningful and beneficial process for the participants.
I have designed and created many films and artworks within the organisation, including outdoor sculptures, a Big Hoot Owl, and films for; Stan's Cafe, Birmingham City Council, Geese Theatre, Acorns, Sifa Fireside and many other organisations and schools across the Midlands. Other responsibilities include animation, animation consultancy, editing, camera operation, sound recording and directing.
Video Editor Aug 2012 - Sep 2012 The Independent Oxford
I was contacted by The Independent's campaign entitled Democracy 2015 to edit the official campaign video as well as create visual effects.
Production Runner Feb 2011 – Mar 2011 Second Home Studios Bimingham
Art From The Land - July 2014 - The Sidney Nolan Trust
I was required to create a location responsive piece of work, which was shown at the exhibition, and went on to become an ‘Official Selection’ at film festivals in China, Sweden, America and the UK. I created a 'life-size' stop motion using entirely natural materials found in the woodlands at The Sidney Nolan Trust.
BuggyCam2 - 12 Nov 2012 - 30 Jan 2013 - Various venues across B'ham.(Joint curator)
BigCatShop - 15 Dec 2011 - 20 Dec 2011 - Gallery on the Corner, Battersea, London
Home Movies - 10 March 2011 - 12 March 2011 - Vivid Projects, Digbeth, Birmingham (Joint Curator & Artist) Winchester School of Art Degree Show - 16 June 2010 – 23 June 2010 - The Laundry, Hampshire
What is now? - 5 March 2010 – 12 March 2010 - Islington Arts Factory - London
2007-2010 University of Southampton BA Fine Art Upper second-class (2:1)
During the 3 years studying at the Winchester School of production, and began to teach myself the technical skills to create films and animations. I believe that approaching film from a fine art background has the benefit of inciting innovative and creative ideas and (with a module dedicated to visual culture) gives me an insight into the visual language of film.Art I learnt a number of new skills and developed a wide range of creative interests. It was during this time that I developed a real interest in film and animation
2006-2007 Sutton Coldfield College Art & Design Foundation Merit
1998-2004 Bishop Walsh School 3 A-levels B-C 10 GCSE's B-C
R e f e r e n c e s
Artistic Director at Reel Access firstname.lastname@example.org 0121 5723030
Bryan Foster Fundraising Manager email@example.com 07963 878 539
Creative Learning Manager Birmingham Hippodrome