We’re running a Live Directing and Vision Mixing short course from our Tower Bridge TV Studios. Find out more and book your place.
Throughout this series of posts, we’ve talked to a wide variety of multi-camera directors who specialise in anything from outside broadcast to studio. In this article, we talk to multi-camera music director, Phil Jennings.
Ollie Bartlett is used to directing shows like The Cube and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. He’s at home in a multi-camera studio gallery and in this post he shares all on the art of television multi-camera directing.
Scott Imren is an experienced multi-camera Director / Vision Mixer who’s used to the pressure of live television. In this post, we hear from Scott to get his advice on being a multi-camera Director…
Del Brown is an experienced multi-camera Director / Vision Mixer. So much so that he even teaches a Directing and Vision Mixing course. Here’s Del’s advice on being a multi-camera Director…
Peter Demetris is a respected multi-camera studio Director with credits like GMTV, Daybreak and The Sharon Osbourne Show to his name. In this post, he shares some behind the scenes stories and gives his take (excuse the pun) on what it takes to be a television multi-camera Director.
Directing for multi-camera is a different discipline to directing traditional single camera productions.
We caught up with some of the industries hottest multi-camera directors to get their take (excuse the pun) on being a multi-camera director. In this post, we talk to multi-camera music director, James Russell.
We’re proud to announce that we’re holding some Directing and Vision Mixing short courses in our studio, Tower Bridge TV Studios.