It's done! Today I left Inverness after handing over my documentary film to Birchwood Highland. What a time I've had here! I Have really enjoyed working with such a fantastic charity that is making such a difference here in the Scottish highlands! I have met some truly lovely people and had such great fun documenting their passion and experience within Birchwood. Below you can watch the full documentary film produced for Birchwood highland, Inverness. https://www.youtube.com/
Is it finished? Something I've had to ask myself about 10 times this week alone. Today for the first time I can finally say I have finished the documentary film for Birchwood highland, Inverness.
Producing the film has been a brilliant experience! Not only have I had the chance to live in a different Scottish city for 4 months, I have had a fantastic time honing my skills and expertise in writing, filming, editing and producing. This is the first time I have worked solely o
With the Ballendrum festival finished. This week has been spent returning to the Birchwood highland film, and adding the finishing touches. Smoothing transitions, trimming the fat and colour correction are just a few of the many tweaks that have been needed to tend to.
One of the greatest challenges I have found during the editing stage is the ability to trim my film down to the critical 22 minutes (fixed by the brief for the film). Like I have said before the hardest part
This week was another first for me! Had the fantastic opportunity to film a music festival. Has been a really fun week capturing the atmosphere and excitement inside one of Scotland's best music events; The Tartan Heart Ballendrum festival.
Spread over 4 days, the event played host to over 200 acts with headliners; Kiser Chiefs and The proclaimers taking centre stage as the main shows.
The weekend was a fantastic experience to get involved in such a unique event capturing