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The Financial Times | Meet Cédric Villani | Video Editor
The Financial Times | Facebook Social | Video Editor Meet Cédric Villani, the French mathematician defying Emmanuel Macron. The flamboyant Paris mayoral candidate and Fields Medal winner is a thorn in the side of the president and his ruling La République En Marche party.
The Financial Times | Stage Door | Sergei Polunin & Satori | Video Editor
The Financial Times | Online Social | Video Editor He was the Royal Ballet’s youngest ever principal, but quit unexpectedly aged 21.Sergei Polunin founded the platform Project Polunin and is about to open ‘Satori’ at London Coliseum. It features ‘Take Me To Church’, based on the 2015 viral video.
The Financial Times | Making It - Bespoke Skis | Video Editor
The Financial Times | Online Content | Video Editor Nix Snowsport design and build bespoke skis and snowboards that combine British craftsmanship and exceptional functionality with the greenest credentials possible. Everything they make is customised to fit.
Digital Theatre+ | Theatre Makers: Myah Jeffers | Video Editor
“Throughout my career there have definitely been barriers, especially as a Black woman within the theatre industry.” This groundbreaking new series aims to inspire the next generation of practitioners by offering a unique perspective on achieving success regardless of background, gender, race or age. Created in partnership with Russell Lucas, a London-based artist who produces content for stage and screen, TheatreMakers provides extensive insight into the lives and careers of working artists who break down barriers to produce eclectic and thought-provoking theatre. In this interview, Myah Jeffers explores her role as a dramaturg working with theatre-makers who go against the grain to develop their story, characters and overarching themes. Jeffers highlights the importance of creating work from an honest and authentic point of view, promoting the use of imagination and the power of language, and reveals how her aim to inspire young Black women who want to get into theatre motivates her to succeed. DigitalTheatre+
Harper Collins | Michael Morpurgo's Timeless Tales | Video Editor
Harper Collins | Online Social | Video Editor Michael Morpurgo is one of Britain’s best-loved children’s book writers. Michael Foreman grew up in a small English fishing village and has loved the sea ever since. He has illustrated more than one hundred children’s books, and he has won the Kate Greenaway Medal, the Smarties Book Prize, and the Federation of Children’s Book Groups’ Red House Children’s Book Award.
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