Following studying Film, Radio and Television (First Class BA Hons) at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), I was offered a job to work within the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing as a videographer, to promote the different courses and facilities to prospective students.
My role allowed me to develop an extensive range of videos for the faculty, including, course films, event days, interviews with academics and students, advertisements for social media and live-recorded presentations. I thoroughly enjoyed working as a self-directed individual, organising and planning different shoots and targeting demographics alongside my colleagues in the marketing department.
I was involved in multiple aspects of video marketing for the university, and was invited to join the marketing department’s videographer on many shoots and projects. My inclusion in marketing meetings, video discussions and branding awareness groups, enhanced my understanding of corporate video marketing.
In 2017, a campaign which assisted the filming and editing of, was nominated for that year’s HEIST award.
Towards the end of my contract at the university, I was involved in discussions surrounding the prospect of continuing to work for them. Because of the high quality of video content I’d produced for CCCU, I was offered an extension of my contract, with the opportunity to produce exciting videos for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, alongside the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. This allowed me to experiment a little more with the form of my videos, and presented me with the opportunity to celebrate a recently produced specialist building on the North Holmes Road campus.
The video included in this post, links to a range of different videos I produced during my time at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Examples of each video can be found listed below: