FILM DIRECTORS 2019
The following students have been selected as Film Directors – congratulations to all of you! Film Directors will assist shortlisted organisations with promotional videos to illustrate their award entry. Filming is due to take place between 1 and 30 April and films will be shown on the big screen at the awards ceremony on 5 June 2019.
Lewis Gillespie, Edinburgh College
I am a Television student who takes every opportunity to improve my craft in Directing, editing and camera operation. I have a passion for telling factual and non-factual stories through the media of film and television. I have worked on over 20 productions and I hope to continue working in the industry after I achieve my HND.
Phone: 07969 260359
Sample of work:
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/sgsgames101/featured
Allan Taylor, City of Glasgow College
I am the leader of an ambitious team of students who are taking part in the Scottish Social Services Awards. We all have a variety of talents that bring something different to the table.
Allan Taylor – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtzeWbG476s
Sophie Fleming – https://sophiefleming99.wixsite.com/website
Aidenn Blackie – http://aidennblackiefilmmaker.site123.me/
Holly Mcginn – https://youtu.be/GO3S4uTyvW0
Kerr Spanswick, Edinburgh College
I’m currently studying at the Audio Visual Technology course at Edinburgh College. I’ve created videos for professional companies before, but the challenge of putting so much information into a short video excites me.
Here’s a link to my showreel: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hltkO661SzVNihK4ryaIEMFyCo7d0bUf/view?usp=drivesdk
Jamie Murray, City of Glasgow College
I am a 21 year-old Glasgow based videographer originally from the Isle of Bute, on the west coast of Scotland. I am very passionate about television and the media and currently study BA (Hons) TV at COGC. I enjoy working with companies, charities, organisations, and clients to create beautiful promotional and documentary content.
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamieamurray/
Andrew Wall, Edinburgh College
I am a student at Edinburgh College who has a passion for sport, music and making videos. For my most recent video projects I have tried to mix these passions together to make the video more enjoyable and something I want to make.
Inchyra Tennis ClubPromotional Video https://www.facebook.com/inchyratennisclub/videos/831781343690233/
Petty Thieves – Fire(cover) Live from King Tuts Glasgow https://youtu.be/x3JztTaq-vk
Email – email@example.com
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-wall-582010183
Scott Gerrard, North East Scotland College
I am a very hard working person who takes great care on making sure that everything I work on is absolutely perfect
Samples of work: https://youtu.be/3gGzESo8EgI
Paul Watson, North East Scotland College
I’m an aspiring filmmaker currently studying TV at NESCol. I consider myself very versatile, being able to handle multiple aspects of film making (sound, filming, editing) at any time.
Re:discover (2019) – Re:discover (2019) Short Documentary by Paul Watson [College Cut]
LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/in/paulwatson94
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 0780 5578 622
Gav Young, Edinburgh College
Over the last six years I have accumulated good experience working in the field of Creative Industries as a videographer and photographer. Working in the highly pressurised field of Graduation Photography has enhanced my professional approach towards the creative environment, and also given me the patience to thrive when under pressure.
Example of work: https://vimeo.com/320586178 (password: SSSA)
Name – Euan Brown, City of Glasgow College
I am a 2nd-Year HND Television student, with a passion for all forms of media. I have made short-films and music videos for charities, class projects and social awareness initiatives.
The Sacred Art of Brookmyre – a short-documentary project in collaboration with award-winning author Chris Brookmyre: https://vimeo.com/273689979
Anti-Social Media – a video project in collaboration with The City of Glasgow College on the issues with social media: https://vimeo.com/256091466
LinkedIn Profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/euan-brown-4379aa129/
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 07584341162
Robin De Vernon Ryding – City of Glasgow College
I want to be a filmmaker to learn, to make a difference and to never give up! I’ve worked with loads of charities already including the food bank in Prestwick, The Ayrshire Samaritans, The Roman Catholic Church in Scotland, Prestwick Academy Youth Club, Gardenrose DFS Silver award, Mary’s Meals and I’m currently working on 2 adverts for the charity Elderly Abuse.
Ayrshire Samaritans – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SI_puaGhysc&t=338s
Gardenrose Primary – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh3i5mzAX1I
Email – RobinRyding@hotmail.com
Phone – 07427625372
YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfIaz_NqPOr54qKIbheAKKg
Niall Morison MacRae, City of Glasgow College
Originally hailing from The Isle of Lewis, I am an aspiring filmmaker now based in Glasgow where I’ve been studying for the past 3 years. My talents lie firmly within camera, where utmost beauty within every frame is at the heart of the storytelling whether it be dramatic or factual. This approach to filmmaking has already landed one of my short films with a prime slot at last year’s Screenplay – Shetland’s annual film festival, curated by film historian Linda Ruth Williams and film critic Mark Kermode – where it was incredibly well received.
Blair Munro, North East Scotland College
I’m looking for work experience in the film and tv industry more towards the camera side and I want to gain experience with cameras more on live sets and films sets. I’m quick in my setup with a camera and good framing ensures I can get decent shots for every project.
Link 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk7q_962qCM&t=107s
Link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M_LvPvLg9A
Gavin Hunter, City of Glasgow College
I am an aspiring videographer, currently looking for opportunities to improve my skills. I have an affinity to the outdoors and enjoy hearing stories from people of all walks of life. Paying tribute to the often unrecognised efforts of individuals in the social sector is exactly the sort of project I would like to work on.
Fishing Guide Documentary
Connor Grant, City of Glasgow College
My overall goal is to bring media creation or knowledge to companies/businesses who are either looking for it, or need it. Previously working with Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, NesCafe and many more as part of GrantStudios, I’ve managed to create a trusted company for any and all business owners looking to grow into the new generations world, starting to social media.
Phone: +44 7450 950 326