Our journey into filmmaking is about helping my son George achieve his dream of becoming a filmmaker. I am immensely proud of the ability and professionalism he has demonstrated in just 4 years, and believe this shines through in our work.
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George and I have been making films together as amateurs since he could walk. Over the past 4 years whilst George has sat his GCSEs and completed his final year at Bedford College studying a Level 3 Extended UAL Creative Media Production and Technology Diploma qualification, for which he was awarded a distinction, we find ourselves pushing harder and harder to achieve better quality productions.
George, 19, is confident in the use of our "A" cam, a Canon EOS C500 MKII and our "B" cam, the Canon EOS C200. He also acts as DoP and assistant director on all of our work and is stepping forward to assist with editing on a regular basis.
George and I work mostly together, although he does undertake commissions for producers and production companies without me. He takes his work very seriously and we have always received excellent feedback from everyone we have filmed with.
2021 is a big year for us. I have been dedicating all of my time to running our film production company and George has decided against a gap year in favour of helping with the business as well as seeking opportunities within the industry now that he has completed his college courses. I was a railway engineer for 33 years and have only been able to concentrate on filmmaking part-time up until now.
Our journey into filmmaking is about helping my son George achieve his dream of becoming a filmmaker. I am immensely proud of the ability and professionalism he has demonstrated in just 4 years, and believe this shines through in our work.
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