20 Aug 2018
What I’ve been working on by Tallulah
I thought I’d do an update on what’s been happening at IJP. It’s been a really busy couple of months here. I’ve been working on pre-production in the office (the very hot office with how this summer’s been in London) as well as going out on shoots.
In terms of my projects – here’s what I’ve been doing!
I made a series of Q&A films for the Albert Kennedy Trust who are LGBTQ+ charity who offer support to young people at risk of homelessness, on advice on topics such as coming out, mental health/wellbeing and how the service can help young people. You can see one of the films here (the others are on our Vimeo too):
I then made a film for the mental health charity, SANE, and their famous Black Dog Campaign. This was a really fun shoot – we filmed at Clifford Chance in Canary Wharf and a school in Barking! Here’s the film:
Most recently, I shot and produced a film for another mental health charity, the Shaw Mind Foundation, for their #LiftingtheLid anti-stigma campaign. You can see this film here:
Thank you for reading and by no doubt there’ll be another update very soon – as we have a lot of exciting projects on over the coming weeks!