INTERVIEW WITH JEREMY (part 1)
Jeremy was interviewed on the Islam Channel about the process of making films. He also talks about a film he made for Muslim Aid in Eastern Sudan.
INTERVIEW WITH JEREMY (PART 2)
Jeremy was interviewed on the Islam Channel about the process of making films. He talks about filming in the African desert and a film he made recently in North Western Cameroon.
I started out as a runner on the feature film ‘Waking Ned’ shot on the Isle of Man (where I have family). Years later I co-founded the short film network Future Shorts and started making shorts and docs.
I founded production company Sketch Films and started freelancing for leading agencies in London. I shoot on the Canon C100, C300 and DSLRs. NGO clients have taken me to far flung villages in Sri Lanka, India, Ghana, Tanzania and the Sudan. Recent clients include Muslim Aid, AMREF, Dr Graham's Homes, Village Aid and Helping the Burmese Delta.
I'm used to producing a film from the very beginning to the end. I manage the relationship with the client and advise on all creative elements of the film. I advise clients on the production process, to ensure that the production process is smooth and stress free.
I freelance regularly for other production companies as a self-shooting director.
"Working with Jeremy was such a revelation. He has a supremely relaxed demeanour and the way he makes films is so casual that you forget the camera is there. I hope to do more stuff with him and would recommend him wholeheartedly”
-- Sathnam Sanghera, Times columnist and author of ‘The boy with the top knot’ and 'Marriage Material'
"Jeremy produced a wonderful film to promote our Arts Impact Fund. His relaxed but professional and efficient approach makes him a pleasure to work with. I already have recommended him to others."
-- John Cox, HM Cabinet Office
“Jeremy was very responsive and professional, understanding our brief well and delivering the film to a tight schedule. It was fantastic to be able to leave scripting, casting, direction and production in capable and experienced hands.”
-- Tom Robin, Director of Comms, The Children's Society