RTS FUTURES – Getting Started in the TV Camera Department

RTS FUTURES – Getting Started in the TV Camera Department

Tuesday, 26 May, 2020
2:00-3:00

Location

United Kingdom
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Considering a career shooting for TV? Aiming to be a Director of Photography or Lighting Camera person?

If you want to know how to get into working in the TV camera department, what skills you’ll need and how to get hired – join us at 2pm on Tuesday 26th May, for a Zoom webinar + Q&A on ‘Getting Started in the TV Camera Department’.

Hear from our panellists who work in drama, events, factual, factual entertainment, music, reality and sports.

 

NICK WHEELER is a Director of Photography, Lighting Cameraman, Multicamera Supervisor & Camera Operator with 30 years professional experience, working mainly within the music industry.

He also owns & runs one of the UK’s major crewing agencies for the film & television industry, My Crew Ltd, based in London.

Work as a DoP includes:

David Gilmour Live in Pompeii (documentary film)

Nick Cave, 20,000 Days on Earth (drama doc film)

Morrissey: 25 Live (documentary film)

Metallica Live at BBC Maida Vale (BBC/CC-Lab)

 

 

 

 

KELVIN RICHARD is a Cinematographer, who has photographed many drama, documentary and music productions:

In The Long Run, (Sky One/Green Door)

Spooks, (BBC1/Kudos)

Hustle, (BBC1/Kudos)

The Fixer, (BBC1/Kudos).

 

Hetty Feather (CBBC)

Apple Tree House (CBeebies/Five Apples)

 

JIM CEMLYN-JONES is a Multi-Camera Supervisor and Camera Operator with 33 years’ experience, working on global coverage of sports including; Rugby Union, Cricket, Football, Track Cycling, Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Credits include coverage for Channel4 Cricket, Premiership Rugby Union, ESPN, BT Sport, BBC Snooker.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHARLIE GRAINGER is a Director of Photography, with over 20 years’ experience in television. Working on shows such as:

Fonejacker (C4/Hat Trick Production)

The Only Way is Essex (ITV2/Lime Pictures)

Made in Chelsea (E4/Monkey Kingdom)

Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (C4/Fresh One Productions)

Crazy Delicious (C4/Netflix/Optomen Television)

The Big Flower Fight (Netflix/MultiStory Media). 

 

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