Tonight saw me at my first Hostry Festival Production meeting for 2018! September is approaching fast and plans are well underway for this years festival. Keep your eyes peeled for more details... The talented Simon Brown and our own "national treasure" Helen Mc Dermott were muted to be teaming up for a Jazz evening! You heard it here first. :)
I've been lucky enough to work with Norfolk Children's Charity Break in their 50th year on the GoGoHares sculpture trail. Come July 50 sculptures will appear around the city and several have already been revealed. The latest, Hare LeQuin, was revealed last night and with several remote cameras I managed to capture the event on video as well as digital still. The link to the finished clip can be found on the EDP site
I have full frame video and high quality audio saved, along with other reveals, for the wrap up film at the end of the year. I think that might take some editing :-o :)
An impromptu visit to the Maddermarket Theatre today, to check on the sound setup for tonights Blake concert. The team are working well and it should be a good night! Soundcheck as I left was sounding very sweet. Have a great night everyone.
So very pleased to see my photos on the front of Norwich resident this month! It was lovely to work with Liza Dunnell Rock'n'Rolla Hairstylist to promote Pop! An evening of fashion and fun It was a great shoot, a great team with an awesome location at the St. Giles Hotel. Well done team!
Really excited that our last film will be distributed on a worldwide licence. Kill the Sunset productions have worked hard to get this film released and I'm really excited as Producer to get my first film out to the waiting public.
Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse.
I've now been working at King's Place Music Foundation for over a year. I work there as a Freelance Conference Manager and have the pleasure of working along side a wonderful team of professional people, from My assistants, who help with FoH duties to the Technical and Production teams that work feverishly behind the scenes keeping everything running. I'm not allowed to tell you about most of the customers and clients we have but they are many and varied. I'm very lucky to work with such a diverse set of businesses and people. I recently had the pleasure of helping the FETL team with a conference and they won't mind we saying that they were very friendly and very complimentary. I hope to see them again soon. After the conference had finished I was able to pop in and see Paul Foxcroft recording a podcast with his team of Criminal Improv'ers. We worked together on a film in Norwich a good few years ago and I'm not surprised that he didn't recognise me but he and the team were very funny. The wit and humour I loved on set was clearly in evidence here as he took the crowd with him on his journey of discovery on the search for truth. A wonderful evening! I can highly recommend it but as it was very nearly sold out you need to book early at Kings Place box office (King' Cross).
Lot's to do and loving every moment. Thanks to Jayne Raffles at The Library for this lovely comment and I'm thrilled to be working with the voice that is Rob Chandler in an up and coming project.
I'm incredibly proud of the team that brought this film together. It's my first commercial film as producer and it was a nervous moment as it premiered at the Chicken and Hens Theatre this week. We also held a Private viewing in Norwich and I was so touched by the audience reaction and comments. We can now announce another festival showing and please check our facebook page for more details and the latest news. Trailer can be seen here.
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