Creative Futures Event
Leading figures from the creative world are attending the Hampton School 2018 Creative Futures afternoon, which aims to highlight to pupils the diverse and fascinating range of career options available in the creative industries.
ITV broadcaster and World-Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar will be one of the attendees alongside former political editor of The Sun, George Pascoe-Watson, national stage and screen actor Sam Marks, video games designer Momotaro Ushido plus many more.
A range of bespoke workshops will give boys a unique opportunity to hear from some of the top people in the creative sphere as well as being able to ask them questions and pick up invaluable career advice.
Places for this popular event, which is open to boys in the Third and Fourth Years as well as Lower Sixth, are limited and go quickly. Pupils are advised to book as soon as possible by logging into the relevant School intranet section:
|Documentary/News Filmmaking||Robin Barnwell||Multi award-winning filmmaker for BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel 4|
|Writing TV Drama||Marston Bloom||TV Writer: Rellik, Marcella, Vera, New Tricks & currently overseeing a new Netflix series|
|Fake News, Journalism & Social Media||Grant Feller||Media consultant & contributor to the Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Forbes Magazine|
|Digital Sports Journalism||Cameron Harvey-Piper||The Sunday Times digital channels|
|Journalism and the Media Industry||James Helm||Director of Communications for The Met. Former government comms chief and senior BBC journalist|
|Professional Acting - Stage, TV & Film||Sam Marks||Known for his work with Doctor Who, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Globe theatre|
|The Power of Tabloid Journalism||George Pascoe-Watson||Former Political Editor of The Sun newspaper|
|Music Video Production||Huse Monfaradi||Director of iconic music videos for artists such as Snow Patrol, Arctic Monkeys, Sam Smith and commercial spots for Cadburys, 3 Mobile and Samsung|
|Sports Journalism & TV Presenting||Sue Thearle||TV & radio broadcaster: BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 5 and BT Sport. BBC Breakfast Sports Presenter for 13 years|
|Video Games Design||Momotaro Ushido||Pre Visualisation Artist for leading international Video Games company|
|The World of Advertising||Lawrence Weber||Leading advertising specialist. Clients including: BBC Worldwide, British Airways, Nokia, Range Rover and Unilever|