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FUTURES what they have been up to…

As some may know we have been running a new program called FUTURES, at the moment focusing on black/bame women working in the camera department.  Part of the program is mentoring and giving them a free space on our website,distributing their CV’s and handle/fwd any enquiries. The idea is to develop talent to the later stage when they are ready for full agency representation.

We catch up with a few of them to see what their high light has been since lock down was lifted last year:

Samara Addai ( Camera Trainee) For me the biggest job highlight was working on one of my favorite British TV shows: Top Boy. Seeing black representation of myself and so many others I know and grew up with, I had never felt safer on a set. Not only was this one of the biggest privileges to start the year with, but it was also the first time I felt more confident and prepared to start stepping up as a 2nd. I was thrown in the deep end for a lot of it, but I managed to catch myself because of the amazing ACs who were teaching me everything.

Teresa Adamson (2nd AC) Highlight for me these past few months is working with DOP’s Fabian Wagner ASC BSC and Seamus McGarvey ASC BSC on some really big projects. As I have never been on such large budget jobs, I did step down to trainee but I know it will pay off! Moving forward, I would like to work on bigger budget features so that I can become a better loader.  Another great project was completing ‘Pretty Red Dress’ with DOP Adam Scarth, a feature for BBC and BFI. I am also mentoring a student who attends London Screen Academy, which has been fun!



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