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Danny Spencer – Cameraman

Madeleine chats with Danny Spencer about his journey to becoming a cameraman, and how life might have panned out if he hadn’t gone down that path.  They talk the best and toughest filming locations, including that time when Danny camped with reindeer in Siberia…  Also read on to find out

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Phil Jennings – Diary of a Music Director

From humble beginnings as a runner for HBO Sports at Wimbledon, Phil Jennings is now a successful TV Music Director boasting clients such as the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky Arts having worked with a long list of artists including Sir Elton John, Take That, Kasabian, The Cure, Chris

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Three New Faces at The Crewing Company

New members of staff are becoming a bit like buses round here. We don’t have any for months and then three all arrive at TCC Towers on the same day! Please say Hi to Shuhebur, Jay and Madeleine. Shuhebur Rahman – Accounts Assistant The sporting achievements of our accounts department

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Charlie Pitt – DOP

Danielle chats with DOP Charlie about feasting on fish heads, hunting for zombies and the odourous side effects of shooting in extreme locations. You’ve worked all over the world as Director of Photography, out of the 100 or so countries you have shot in, where are the best and worst

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Matt Tidmarsh – Editor

Creative, dedicated and with a cracking sense of humour, Matt Tidmarsh is one of our lovely Northern Editors. Based in Manchester, Matt has worked extensively for the BBC, Cactus Media and ITV among a number of other clients. Launching a successful career from a chance break in Children’s, Matt’s career

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Power to the People at BVE

Having been to BVE in previous years I knew exactly what I was in for – stand upon stand of shining gear and kit that I could only fathom a guess at from bits and pieces I have picked up from our freelancers. That camera with eight arms and propellers?

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