Frankie Shaftain-Fenner is a filmmaker based in Essex, UK. They specialise in producing short documentary films and promotional videos. Frankie is used to collaborating with a range of creative businesses, charities and artists. Whether it's street interviews, studio shoots or out on location, Frankie has operated in almost every area of video production.
Their huge skill set allows them to take projects from the initial ideas, storyboarding and scripting stage in pre-production, all the way through to filming, sound recording, colour correction and subtitling the final finished work in post-production.
Frankie graduated with a 2:1 in Digital Film Production (BA Hons) from the University of Suffolk and were featured as a student profile in the University prospectus.
Specialising in film during their UAL Art Foundation Diploma, they achieved a Distinction for their coursework and final project, a 20 minute documentary about unused buildings in their home town of Colchester, featuring interviews with local historians and an MP.
Frankie has worked with clients including Cancer Research, Firstsite art gallery, St Botolph's Church and St Elizabeth's Hospice on a range of promotional films and documentaries.
Frankie has been featured in a film for LGBTQIA+ charity Mermaids, celebrating Pride Month. The video featured Frankie among other members of the LGBTQIA+ community.