There is a constant debate within the industry if anybody should be working for free. I, however, think that working for free can have some great results. That is if it’s done at the right time for the right reasons! The argument is that as a skilled professional at[…]
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The use of drones in TV and film have grown exponentially and their uses seem to have no limit. From POV shots to easy crane/jib shots, a drone can add some incredible production value to a programme. Otherwise known as UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), using a drone has many benefits[…]
Tricks and tips with the DJI Osmo DJI market the Osmo as “Motion without blur. Action shots without shake. Perfect video even when you move.” The DJI Osmo is undoubtedly one of the pieces of kit I use a lot, especially when a production is on a budget. It shoots[…]
How I got in and got on, without forgetting who got me in and got me on… We’ll skim over the incredibly catchy title and get down to the point… This article is all about remembering those who got us to where we are. For me this article is dedicated to[…]
How team work is for everyone and not just for the people you employ. There are some great managers in the world, ones who inspire you to do better and do more, ones that listen to your problems and help find solutions and ones that pull you up on your[…]
A look into some of my recent work inc Fact ent, Scripted Reality and Specialist Factual content.
A short about Olivia Ferrier, a Brighton based Sculpture artist making unique works of art from wax. Shot, Directed and Edited by Ashley Golder and Ad Cross Filmed on FS7 Music from Audiojungle.net ‘Life in Slow Motion’ By Skanoir ‘Farewell’ by The JR Sound Design
Test shoot in the planes of Cuckmere Valley, East Sussex. Shot on DJI Inspire 1 4K – 4096 X 2160 Edited using Adobe Premiere and Speed Grade. December 2015
A rare and exclusive look into the life of the GB Bobsleigh team and the aspiration and dedication that it takes to be the best.
There are people in the world that dedicate their whole lives to helping people. The charity, Emmanuel Ministries Calcutta (EMC) is an organisation that does just that. Lead by Premilla Pavamani and her late husband Vijayan, this documentary takes a look into the lives that they have changed forever.