Love our graduates back on-campus to share experiences and connect with our students from our annual network event Meet the Graduates (2nd November 2016) to teaching modules. TODAY half a dozen alumni will join our final year students in the Creative Enterprise session and module co-ordinator Zara Healy said: we welcome 6 of our graduates who are all working in multimedia roles. They have all graduated within the last 5 years from LSFM – some are freelance, some are employed full-time and at least 3 have set up their own creative industry companies. The one and a half hour session will be a Question and Answer about how this module’s assessment – pitch and paperwork – has helped graduates in their own pitches, how to develop ideas and present them to help them in their roles in the Media industry.
Gemma Lowe | Class of 2012 & LSFM Industry Mentor: I currently work as Press and Media Content Officer for the Lincoln College Group, producing multimedia and written content for a wide range of marketing purposes and managing digital communication projects and social media across Lincoln, Newark and Gainsborough Colleges.
I am also Media and PR Manager for Lincolnshire Scouts, managing and producing media and marketing output across the county.
Sean Strange | Class of 2013: I am a published photographer and videographer, currently working full time for a production company called Mission Room as a Field Video Technician, specialising in 360 panoramical and spherical filming.
I also work freelance for the Lincolnite and co-run Studio 12 Photography.
Rose Braisby | Class of 2013 :I have worked as a community radio project leader, won funding bids to lead radio drama schools for children and worked as a freelance sound artist.
I now currently work as a Media Therapy Developer, producing audio in a high secure hospital. From this I am writing a research paper exploring how Radio can change lives in the 21st Century.
Ashley Wilks | Class of 2014: I am a commercial video producer at Wall Breaker Productions. Growing up, I was always fascinated with the way that filmmakers came up with ideas and how they turned these ideas into a film that created an emotive response from the audience. Although my company does not produce fiction pieces, the commercial videos we create for our clients often use comedy, horror and action to help sell products and services.
Luke Winter | Class of 2014: I was one of an award-winning team of filmmakers, commended by the Royal Television Society, for a ‘mockumentary’ we produced about Facebook. It was described by judges as an ‘’outstanding entry”.
I also help to run Wall Breaker Productions.
Hannah Lacey | Class of 2015: I have worked as a Radio reporter and producer at the BBC, Global, Bauer Media, the Lincs FM group and the Breeze.
I am currently freelancing.