Daniel Jamieson
+447927188462 danieljamieson@outlook.com www.danieljamieson.uk Professional videographer and photographer with three years creative experience shooting for corporate clients.
Current Position Marcomms and Media Production (Stand Alone) The Bridge London | 2013 - Present | London, UK The Bridge London is a special needs school with three sites, and while I am based at the Primary Site, my job is to provide media production services to all three sites daily. This includes photography and filmmaking both for internal and promotional uses, document, website and social media branding, as well as providing media and technical support for the running of fundraising events.
Hardware Experience Canon 60D iMac 27” 2013 Tascam DR-40 GoPro + Clamps Manfrotto Tripods Software Experience Adobe Photoshop Adobe After Effects Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe Muse Adobe Media Encoder Adobe Speedgrade Adobe InDesign Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint
Additional Work Photography, Videography, Social Branding, Website Design Goldhawks Basketball | Surrey, UK A Basketball Club based in Surrey, Goldhawks have provided me the opportunity to develop a range of media content that helps communicate their club values, style and ethos. Photography, Social Branding RES Academy | Surrey, UK As a school with a sports academy that looks to define its own identity, my work helped develop their initial logo designs into coherent cross-channel social media branding, supported by photography I captured at a special media focused training session. Photography, Animation Norton and Co. on behalf of The LEGO Group | Windsor, UK Two projects found me photographing the iconic minifigure for The LEGO Group. The first was shooting at LEGOLAND and editing the images with effects to support an upcoming product launch. The second was using stop motion animation to accurately recreate a sequence from Jurassic Park to support the launch of the Jurassic World range. Commercial Video Siren Training | London, UK Siren provide first aid training to businesses as well as individuals, and they required three, 60 second, commercial videos that explained each of their available courses and allowed some visual insight for potential clients. Photography Blocks Magazine | London, UK A magazine available in high street retail and supported by The LEGO Group, I deliver double page spread photography images and occasionally front cover artwork on a monthly freelance basis, with each work themed around the main topic of the issue. Commercial Video Crown Paints UK and Ireland | London, UK I animated, voiced and edited an introduction video for the MyRoomPainter app from Crown Paints. Users see this video when opening the app for the first time to guide them through the features. I used screen capture software to record the app in use, then annotated instructions and highlights on top. Education BA (Hons) Film and Television Production University of Westminster | 2009 - 2012 | London, UK A comprehensive degree, heavily weighted towards practical hands on, production work with an industry standard equipment store, two professional grade film studios, vision mixing gallery and sound mix dubbing suites for production use. HNC Audio/Visual Technology Stevenson College | 2008 - 2009 | Edinburgh, UK One year college certificate course structured as an advanced foundation to degree level. Studio space and professional grade video equipment helped gain practical experience in multi camera television production and commercial filmmaking. NQ Media Technology Stevenson College | 2007 - 2008| Edinburgh, UK An introductory and foundational course that gave me hands on practical experience with a range of media technologies and techniques. Additional Experience Compound Runner and Production Assistant London 2012 Olympic Games | Glasgow, UK Recruited through the Broadcast Training Program, I was a production assistant for the Olympic Broadcasting Service during London 2012. Based in Glasgow, at Hampden Park football stadium, I was a runner in the broadcast compound and assisted many departments and technicians in broadcasting the men and women’s preliminary football qualifying rounds. My responsibilities were foremost based around assisting the visiting media at the stadium, ensuring they had the appropriate accreditation and that they could find their way from the press room to the Mix Zone where they would interview players. I also assisted with equipment set up prior to the games and de-rig once the games were over.