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Author: Tom Murphy

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Dear TCC Freelancers! With so many of you working remotely, and not always having a team around you, we want to carve out some time where we actually get to see you face to face! We understand many of you might be facing challenges, and with so much going on

Adrian Nita is a freelance colourist based in London who discovered colour grading in 2015. He built his experience by working on a large spectrum of projects, from short films to music videos and big commercials. He has worked with clients like BMW, Bulgari, Telekom, British American Tobacco, Universal Music,

TCC’s Managing Director, Laura, and Talent Manager, Aimée, attended an insightful event last week - ‘Cost of living crisis and the TV industry’ hosted by Percy & Warren and sponsored by Tysers, the TV and film insurance specialists. It was an informative morning with EMMY and BAFTA-winning producers and organisations looking at

This is a significant year for the Pride movement and the LGBTQ+ community, marking the 50th anniversary of the first Pride in the UK. The campaign for 2022 commemorates the past 50 years of the LGBTQ+ communities evolution and acceptance within society. As we celebrate this month, it is necessary

Working as a freelancer in the media can be an advantageous, fruitful and successful career choice. It has many upsides, including autonomy, setting your own schedule, setting your rate, a variety of work and much more. We understand, however, that fears can creep in when managing yourself, the biggest being

May's Freelancer of the Month is the fabulous Rebecca Hudson, who is a talented Editor on our books. Rebecca has stood out for her phenomenal work recently and excellent feedback. We had the pleasure to sit down with Rebecca and chat about her time in the industry, from the first

To generalise, or to specialise, that is the question. We are sure it’s a common conundrum for our freelancers when deciding how to maximise their workload and become the best at what they do; will specialising in a particular skill get the most work, or will having a few skills