Meet audio producer & poet Stuart Russell – the second in a mini-series of posts, dedicated to the audio producers & artists whose work will be showcased at Solo Arts’ Audio Cinema night, Tuesday 2nd May 2018.
Meet audio producer Larnie Moles – the first of a mini-series, showcasing the guests behind Solo Arts’ upcoming Audio Cinema night, Tuesday 2nd May 2018.
“We’ve had emotional days, and intense days. There’s no room for ‘I wouldn’t say that’, or ‘I wouldn’t do that’. A drama degree is naturally going to be stressful.”
On the brink of graduation, preparing for the “next stage”, three University of Sunderland BA Drama students share advice for emerging actors.
Meet RJ Phoenix, emerging audio producer MA Radio student at the University of Sunderland, RJ Phoenix.
Earlier this month, audio producer RJ Phoenix received a nomination for this year’s Charles Parker Prize, at the annual event which gives recognition to strong audio production work by students across the UK.
“It’s given me more confidence, that I’m on the right track as an audio producer,” said RJ. “One day, I might be able to earn some money out of it. But it’s the recognition, really, that your work is good, and people think it’s of value.”
Capital North East presenter Alex Burgess; how she broke into the industry.
A happy little announcement from our sister radio programme.
Hello, Creatives! It’s not often I post about me on here, but today I feel compelled to. I’m honestly thankful for pretty much everything in life right now.
I’ll keep it brief.
So my name’s Jay, for those who don’t know me. I’m the guy who runs 99% Perspiration – the podcasts (both editing and hosting), the Facebook network, the Twitter, and this very blog. It’s a lot of work, and I love it. But it’s a third “job”, and it seldom gets the attention it deserves.
Hello, Creatives! On her commute home from her first day with ITV Tyne Tees, emerging journalist Gemma Hirst sent us this photo…
Who wouldn’t be excited with a pass to ITV’s building, right?
Let’s back up a bit. Here at 99% Perspiration, we want to make sure that you make the most out of your work experience placement, so we’ve asked a few key bloggers to document their “work experience experience”, and share it with us; the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Hello, Creatives! In their 2015 survey, the UK Creative Media Workforce Survey revealed that 77 per cent had done unpaid work experience – which is a staggeringly high number.
Here at 99% Perspiration, we want to make sure that you make the most out of your work experience placement, so we’ve asked a few key bloggers to document their “work experience experience”, and share it with us; the good, the bad, and the ugly.
(Also, see Tim John’s article on tips for how to make the most of, and not screw up, your work experience placement.)
This coming Wednesday, Gemma begins her three-day work experience with ITV Tyne Tees. Not only will Gemma be shadowing members of their news team; writers, bulletin readers, editors… She’ll be getting hands-on experience, helping film & edit ITV’s journalistic content.
Currently the Culture Editor for young writing start-up Kettle Mag, amongst writing for many online publications, Gemma is in her final year at the University of Sunderland’s Journalism BA.
Vlog one; Gemma explains how she snagged work experience with ITV’s journalism team, explains her passion for journalism, and enthuses about what lies ahead at ITV.
To find out more about Gemma Hirst, you can check out her blog, and check back with 99% for Gemma’s next vlogs.
Want to share your work experience opportunities with us? We’re keen to share your stories; get in touch via our Twitter, @99Podcast.
And, as always,
Stay productive, stay awesome!
Executive Producer, 99% Perspiration
Hello, Creatives! One of my side projects alongside running 99% Perspiration is a weekly radio programme called ArtyParti. We invite guests to chat about artistic & cultural events in the North East of the UK.
Here’s the latest;