One Piece of Advice
The creative community at Arts University Bournemouth give their very best 'One Piece of Advice' to the next generation of creatives.
info_outline O5 - Artist and Founder of Paper Cinema Imogen Charleston 12/12/2017
O5 - Artist and Founder of Paper Cinema Imogen Charleston Imogen Charleston is an independent artist and co-founder of Paper Cinema, a unique music and animation theatre company.
info_outline 04 - Actor and Director Doug Cockle 08/08/2017
04 - Actor and Director Doug Cockle Doug Cockle is an Actor and Director. Until recently, he worked as Course Leader of the BA (Hons) Acting degree at Arts University Bournemouth. In this lecture, he talks us through his career so far; from talking his way into his first professional acting role, to meeting Tom Hanks, and perfecting the voice of a superhuman monster hunter...
info_outline 03 - Creative Photographer Andy J Ryan 09/14/2016
03 - Creative Photographer Andy J Ryan Fresh from the 2016 Rio Olympics, photographer Andy J Ryan tells us about his time capturing behind the scenes moments with Team GB, and what it’s like to get up close and personal with the world's best athletes. Andy graduated from BA (Hons) Photography in 2013, and tells us the story of how he went from running memory cards back and forth at Wimbledon, to lending Mo Farrah his shoes… Explore his work: www.andyjryan.com
info_outline 02 - Special makeup effects artist Nick Dudman 03/06/2016
02 - Special makeup effects artist Nick Dudman Nick Dudman is a multi award-winning special make-up effects artist with over thirty years experience in the film industry. He's worked on Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman and entire Harry Potter series.
info_outline 01 - War Photographer Giles Duley 01/26/2016
01 - War Photographer Giles Duley In the very first episode of 'One Piece of Advice' AUB alumnus photographer Giles Duley tells the extraordinary tale of his career. From taking pictures of Marilyn Manson and the Kings of Leon, to quitting it all and going to Afghanistan and stepping on an IED, Giles talks us through how to carve the creative career you really want.