Thursday, 29 January 2009
Sunday, 25 January 2009
As I have (probably) mentioned many times before I think a career in advertising would be very interesting. I would love to work creating, producing or in post production of the advertising industry. I think there is something brilliant about an advert that captures your attention and gets you talking about it with your friends!
Tonight on ITV2 is a program covering ITV's Best Ever Ads, I would recommend anyone interested in the advertising industry to watch this program as I am sure it will be highlighting and show casing what goes in to making a good advert!
Below is tvguide.co.uk/ synopsis of the program
"Phillip Schofield and a host of celebrities remember the adverts that have become as popular as the programmes. Commercial clips include the Smash Martians, the Milky Bar Kid, the Guinness surfers and the saucy instalments of the Gold Blend campaign. With contributions from the stars of the ads and celebrities including Simon Cowell, Lorraine Kelly, Les Dennis, Michael Aspel and crisp-crunching Gary Lineker
Category General Show/Game Show
Director Stuart Ramsay
Executive Producer Mark Robinson
Producer Stuart Ramsay
ITV2 4:30pm-5:30pm (1 hour ) Sun 25 Jan"
Sunday, 18 January 2009
Today I went to a YouTube gathering in Sheffield if I wasn't so tired right now I would write up a proper blog post ... Thank goodness for twitter!
I will try to write a more in depth blog post about the gathering at some point!
Tuesday, 13 January 2009
This morning we had stash magazine playing in the studio
As the videos played I took note of some of the websites that came up
I thought this would be useful for Mike's brief
Sunday, 11 January 2009
This Saturday while in town I came across group of people marching being escorted by the police. Many people had stopped to watch and find out what was going on. I pulled out my mobile phone and began to record what was happening in front of me. As a gentleman approached me to hand me a leaflet, I managed to conduct a quick interview to ask him what was happening.
Below is the raw unedited footage I captured
Since making this video (and working with ITV local, who also handed out Nokia N95's as well as hand-held Hi-Def cameras to interview the crowd) I have become aware that most people are very open to being interviewed. My previous perception was that people would shy away from a camera (I think mobile phones are a very unobtrusive type of camera that people are comfortable to talk in front of)