While as a student at Ravensbourne College as well as before and after, I have been directly involved in a number of projects, this is seperate from any work when I have played a contributing role, for example as a studio suppport engineer.
This is intended to be a more complete listing of some of these events.
|FIA GT Cars Oschersleben||June 2009||Vision Control engineer as well as assisting de-rig for this two day OB using Televideo’s HD1 truck.||Televideo OB|
|British Superbikes Championships||September 2006||Worked on Round 13 of this event doing rigging of Televideo’s HD1 truck on the Saturday and Vision Control on the Sunday.||Televideo OB|
|‘BetFred Masters’ Croydon||July 2006||Worked with BBC OBs on unit 25 covering the Ã¢â‚¬ËœBetFred MastersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ table tennis tournament, included monitor and mini camera rigging as well as assisting the VTR and Vision Control operators during the transmission.||BBC Outside Broadcast|
|Quizilla||July 2006||Employed as Studio Vision Engineer for an extended repeat shoot of this show for 8 days, rigging, and engineering support for the operations crew throughout the production.||Ravensbourne College Diversity Unit|
|Ravensbourne On Air||June 2006||Worked as Studio Engineer for the news channel which was on air all day, this included linking in edit suites with the studio for faster and more direct play-out, the repair and installation of a Tektronix Profile playout server as well as a VizRT graphics system for the event.||Ravensbourne College/Ravensbourne On Air|
|Quizilla||April 2006||Employed as Studio Vision Engineer for this four day shoot, involved feeds from outside sources as well as routable feeds to studio screens.||Ravensbourne College Diversity Unit|
|Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is||November 2005||Employed as a Studio Engineer primarily for rigging and derigging, the production required two more camera channels than the studio was capable of providing, 4 ISO recorders as well as general rigging and providing general technical support througout the 2 day shoot.||All3Media|
|Ravensbourne On Air||June 2005||Head of Engineering for a two channel 6 hour transmission, involved feeds from 2 studios and 2 outside broadcasts as well as pre-recorded content.||
Ravensbourne On Air
|The Next Step||May 2005||Head engineer for this 4 Camera Outside Broadcast from central London, built full flyaway kit to enable a quick rig for this shoot, mixed to DVCAM with 1 ISO.||Ravensbourne College|
|Profile Intermedia 7||December 2004||
International conference in Bremen Germany. 4 camera mix to tape and onto screens in the main
conference hall as well as a 2 camera studio for interviews and workshops. Head Engineer.
|A Christmas Tale||October 2004||Amateur dramatic society pantomime, 4 camera shoot, mixed using a GVG100 onto BetaSP using Ikegami HL55 cameras.||Element Entertainment/Ravensbourne College|
|Keep It Real||October 2004||Informal discussion show aired on Sky. Have worked as; Vision Control, Studio Engineer and Sound Boom operator at various stages during the recording of this series.||Silent Productions|
|Ravensbourne On Air||June 2004||
Worked for 2 weeks leading up to this on various engineering projects including; Studio gallery build and faultfinding
within Presentation Suite. This being my first year at Ravensbourne, my involvement was not a course requirement and was done
entirely in spare time.
|The Hub||December 2003||Remote gallery built to feed two independent studio screens as well as synchronised feeds into Ravensbourne studio vision mixer.||Ravensbourne College|
|The Debate Show||November 2003||Vision Engineer for this outside broadcast in North London, 4 camera mix using Ikegami HL55′s onto DVCAM.||ACTV|
|Soundbites||January 2003||Battle of the bands show. Set up Panasonic MX-50, 3 VTR’s and associated monitoring for on stage screens.||Ravensbourne College|