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Mbalu Kamara

About Mbalu

Locations I would like to work
London, Oxford, Edinburgh
Production areas I would like to work in
Floor Runner / Set PA, Producer's Assistant, Director's Assistant
Non-Production areas I would like to work in
Distribution, Film Marketing, Scriptwriter

Showreel & Photographs


Skills & Experience

Software Experience

Adobe Illustrator
Competent
Adobe Photoshop
Competent
Adobe Premier
Competent
After Effects
Competent
Final Cut
Competent
MS Excel
Expert
MS Powerpoint
Expert
MS Word
Expert

Education

2019.
University of East London
Film studies

2015.
British Film Academy
Animation & Special Effects

2012.
SKY
Sky SKills Studio Workshop

A Level.
Media Studies: C, English Language: C

GCSE.
Maths: B, History: B, Spanish: C, Drama: D, PE: D, English Literature: B, Religious Studies: B, English Language: C, Geography: C, Science: C, Additional Science: D, IT: Pass, Hospitality & Catering: C

Pre U.
History: Pass, Global Perspective Research: Merit

References

Simon Oatley
CEO at The Film and Video Workshop, British Film Academy

Simon Oatley was my mentor during my time at the 1 week animation and special effects residential course with the BFI Film Academy.


Kirsty Adams
Work Experience: Runner, TwentyTwenty Television Production

During my placement with Twenty-Twenty television production as a runner, I helped with behind the scenes of a children television shoot and administration work shoot as photocopying, printing sorting at receipts etc. From this, I learned that preparing for a film (pre-production) is more important than shooting the film itself as without it the production shoot would not functionally flow properly or at all especially as a long in depth process of organisation and networking is essential.


Aisha Labefo-Audu
Civic Engangemnet and Voluntering Manager, University of East London

I worked as a content producer and created content for their social media pages such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and youtube channel to help promote volunteering to the students at the university.


Ian Wells
Lecturer, University of East London

I worked as a content producer for a five-month paid internship, which involved me taking photographs and filming interviews to promote the university.


Mark Jackson
External Relations Directorate, University of East London

I helped the marketing team at my University with organising a festival that also celebrated Pride.


Yejide Adeoye
Small Business Owner, YA Creates & Yejide Adeoye

I helped her as a photographer and videographer to shoot and make content that can sell the jewellery she produces to the public on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and youtube.