Having previous experience of terrible tutors, I find the best way to teach is keep it practical, especially in this industry, it becomes muscle memory, I would encourage some form of history to give a wider range of knowledge of film and where to take inspiration from for their work. I work on building their confidence in their abilities while still providing criticism to improve on for the next task.
I've made multiple videos for clients such as esports organizations 'Gfinity' and worked with editors from BBC and health organization 'Provide'. I'm a university undergraduate for a bachelor of arts degree in London for editing and post-production.
I'm a professional in Avid Media Composer, the Adobe Creative Suite, DaVinci Resolve and most other design programmes.
BTEC Merit from West Suffolk College for Creative Media Production & Technology (level 3)
Current: undergraduate for BA(Hons) in Ravensbourne University for Editing & Post-Production
Provide - initiation video for new employees
Gfinity - graphic design for esports event
Varsity game - intro for their esports interludes
Students - all post graduate or year 3 students projects
Capital Mini web-series - offline editor and grader
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