Just over 14 years ago, I had the opportunity to move from film-making into education. Much of the process involved developing educational structures which followed the pattern of constructing a film or story.
As a lecturer I was educated in the theories of the way we individually learn. From a psychological perspective, we were taught about behaviourism, cognitivism and constructivism, among other tools.
Media coaching and training explores the processes involved in developing your own story and distributing this through digital film. Film-making effectively is the process of constructing stories through the juxtaposition of image sequences and sounds.
We can coach you through the process of developing your story and how to present it through text or digital film.
What amazes me is that for over 30 years I have been able to pursue my passion for filmmaking. So this is an important service for me to offer, especially as I enjoy the process of storytelling.
There are three stages to digital film making, preproduction, production and post-production.
Pre-production is effectively preparation starting with developing ideas, scripting, storyboarding, budgeting and scheduling.
Production is when the digital film is shot and requires the most activity and people to complete, which is why pre-production is so important.
Post-production is when the digital film is edited together. This is also the longest period of the whole process as the film is crafted together both in structure of the story and the aesthetics audibly and visually.
In the portfolio section below, you can see a few examples of previous work.
To date, the books we have published have been print-on-demand, which is an economical way of printing books without the need to have large numbers printed. After the cover image and text are designed a single book can be printed.
However, we are about the publish our first traditionally produced hardback book. Therefore, we can produce a range of books to meet your needs and budget.