William David Griffiths – Editor & Script Supervisor
Worcester | 07927 728794 | willgriffiths09@hotmail.co.uk
As a conscientious Film Technology and Visual Effects first class graduate with commercial and promotional experience, I possess a wide range of skills in filmmaking from camera and lighting equipment usage, to writing and designing, to editing and animation. Results-driven and vigilant, I am eager to pursue a career as a Script Supervisor in TV and film.

Key skills:
- Proficient IT: Word, Excel, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, DaVinci Resolve, Nuke, and Autodesk Maya.
- Research and organisational skills from university and internship experiences.
- Problem solving: low-budget projects with time constraints; A-Level Mathematics and Physics.
- Motivated: achieved only first class grades (≥70%) in my degree; volunteer work.
- Creativity: camera and lighting experience; A-Level in Art and Design; 3D modelling experience.
- Communication: assisting customers in retail; liaising with film crews; interviewing experience.
- Analytic: script supervision, writing reports for essays and evaluating successes and failures.
- Camera training with: Canon C300, C100 MK II, 5D MK III, Panasonic GH4.
- Studio and location experience.

Relevant Experience:
Post-production Supervisor / Script Supervisor, ‘Ex Vivo’ – Student Film. Nov. 2017 – May 2018
- Creating script breakdowns and associated Script Supervisor documents.
- Liaising with the Director and Producer to plan the post-production process.
- Editing promotional videos for the Kickstarter campaign.
- Ensuring continuity was correct during production, creating continuity, daily, and editor’s reports.
- Editing the short film within time constraints, liaising with the Director and Producer.
- Colour grading and correction using DaVinci Resolve.
- Achieved 100% grade for Post-production Supervisor role for execution and documentation.

Intern / Editor / Motion Graphics Artist / Animator, Green.TV. 9th Jan. 2017 – 6th Apr. 2017
- Editing social media videos and corporate videos.
- Sourcing stock footage and music.
- Creating and animating motion graphics and basic 2D animation using Adobe After Effects.
- Modelling and UV unwrapping 3D assets using Cinema 4D.

Intern / Editor / Production Assistant / Sound Recordist / B-Camera Operator, Born Communication. 12th Sep. 2016 – 2nd Dec. 2016, 15th May 2017 – 30th June 2017
- Researching, idea formulation and creating storyboards during pre-production.
- Setting up and operating lighting, camera and sound equipment.
- Location and interviewing experience.
- Organising rushes, and editing idents and promotional films.

Editor / Script Supervisor / Script Editor, ‘Fresh Air’ – Production for degree coursework.
1st Feb. 2016 - 28th Apr. 2016
- Creating script breakdowns and associated Script Supervisor documents.
- Liaising with the Director to refine the script and prepare for continuity challenges.
- Editing the 3 minute film using script supervisor documents to assist with the process.

Editor / Gaffer / Grip / Health & Safety, ‘Wake Me’ – Production for degree coursework.
Sep. 2015 – Jan. 2016
- Researching and writing Risk Assessments and arranging precautionary actions.
- Liaising with the Director, Director of Photography and Set Designer to achieve the desired look.
- Setting up lighting and camera equipment.
- Editing using Adobe Premiere.

Other Employment:
Volunteer Bookseller: Healthy Planet Charity Book Centre. June 2014 - Aug. 2015
Organising stock, assisting customers, operating checkouts and working flexible shifts.

Volunteer Bookseller and Online Sales Assistant: Oxfam. 6th July 2015 - 21st September 2015
Photographing clothing items, stocking items online and in-store, assisting customers, operating checkouts, and working as a team and individually in a busy work environment.

Education and Qualifications:
2014 – 2018, Birmingham City University: BSc (Hons) Film Technology and Visual Effects – First Class Qualification with Honours
2011 – 2013, Pershore High School, Sixth Form: 3 A-levels in Physics: A, Art and Design: A, Mathematics: B

- Cinema and Television: watching exciting and inspiring science fiction and dramas in both live-action and animated mediums; learning techniques from ‘behind the scenes’ features; discussing film on technical and creative levels.
- Photography and Art: macro and landscape photography in spare time.
- New Media: watching internet videos and researching techniques from tutorials; videogames.
- Music: listening to mostly film and videogame scores and soundtracks of various genres.
- Literature: reading mostly science fiction and fantasy, as well as non-fiction.
- Sciences: interest in physics and technology.

Professional references will be provided if requested.

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