A lot of the clients I work with have a responsibility to undertake public engagement. They are institutions such as museums, medical establishments, environmental and heritage organisations. For them engaging with the public and improving the publics health, knowledge and general well being is an important responsibility. 

The Science and Industry Museum in Manchester is still free and a great way to entertain and education both young and old. During the summer months though there is always a big drive to get kids to come along to the museum and take part in a multitude of activities and learn about science and technology. The video below was requested to help promote the museum as somewhere fun to go during the holidays.

The video was shot and edited to reflect a style similar to children's TV, something you would see as an insert on a CITV or CBBC show. I think that really comes across and is really driven home by the two in house explainers turned presenters for the day, who do a great job. Before I offline and online edited this project, I watched quite a bit of CBBC with my son in order to have an idea of both the energy involved in making such a show and how to communicate ideas to children. Big shout out to Jason Lock the director who worked his socks off, on his own, to direct and shoot this. On a tiny budget and with limited time, he made the whole thing look slick and gave it a real TV quality vibe.

I offline and online edited this in Avid and then graded it in Davinci Resolve.

I hope you enjoyed this film and should you wish to contact me for editing work please don't hesitate to use the contact section in the left hand margin or call me on 07807 526 691. If you prefer email, my address is andyswarbrickeditor@gmail.com

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