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About a Girl

Graduate in Film Production Technology at Staffordshire University.

I set up this blog up when I first started the course to record my thoughts and the projects I've been working on outside and within university. I hope to continue documenting my work as I learn more about the filmmaking world.

I am passionate about film, music, books, art and story-telling. It is my ambition to work within the film industry and to develop my skills over the years. At present I love script-writing, storyboarding, documentary and editing. I come from an Art and Design background, having studied at Walsall College, and have a keen interest in English Language.

My other interests include: art and design, needlework and traditional handicrafts, conservation, Girl Guiding, history, skiing, trumpet-playing and fell-walking. In 2015 I completed my Gold d of E Expedition and Queen's Guide Award. I also love games and am fairly competitive. I love laughing, silly jokes and working as part of a team.

I don’t like: wastefulness, negativity, lying, cheating, and self-opinionated people who talk too much and rarely come up for air. Oxygen is a precious commodity which ought not be wasted.

I do like: resourcefulness, creativity, honesty, positivity and self-opinionated people who listen as much as they speak.

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