How to make it in TV design
Interested in making monsters, designing props or doing make up in TV for a living? Watch this for some expert advice.
Being hardworking, happy and humble are just a few of the tips for success as discussed at the RTS Futures event Making It in TV design held in London on Tuesday 29 April 2014.
"You have to be adaptable, flexible and really show a positive attitude." - Sara Putt
The panel included Neill Gorton, Director of Millenium FX, production designer & art director Sarah-Jane Prentice whose credits including The Muppets Most Wanted and Call the Midwife and costume trainee Jo Stobbs, whose credits include, Strictly Come Dancing, Suffragette and Burton and Taylor.
They talk about the importance of making a good impression, doing your research, tailoring your CV and having a good visual portfolio.
You can also hear a panel discussion from the event with production designer and former BBC design trainee Sarah-Jane Prentice, costume trainee Jo Stobbs and Katherine Scoble, a make-up designer with over 15 years' experience in the TV industry.