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I recently won the ‘Open-Stopmotion’ award in the ‘Redbull Canimation 2011’ competition. I used the skills i honed at the University on the ‘Animation BAhons’ to create ‘Inspiration From Emptiness’ making me a multi-award winning Animator. Chris Butcher (Class of 2009).
Posted on Wednesday, December 21st 2011
Our team achieved success when we won our league and got to the cup final last season. It might not be the Premier League but it felt good all the same, and made all those wet Saturday afternoons worth it.
During my internship I successfully delivered an event for Sony called Futurescapes. It was my idea to get the attendees to put their hopes and fears for the future on to our ‘Doors to the Future’ and it was a big success. My internship has now become a full time job.
I’m a trainee chef and my boss challenged me to come up with a new dish for the weekend Brunch menu. My eggs benedict has been a big hit. Success for me was seeing happy customers tucking into the eggs.
First month of cycling into work on my new bike completed. Buses, white vans and taxi drivers successfully avoided!
I was nominated for the Rising Star Sony Award nomination for my work on the breakfast show on the BBC Asian Network. It made all those early morning worth it!
When the doctor told me I had kidney failure and needed a transplant my life changed forever. When I heard that news I would never have thought I would go on to win 3 gold medals at the British Transplant Games.
I want to be the best number 7 in the women’s rugby world. So far I’ve succeeded in making it to be England’s vice captain. My proudest moment was scoring my first try for England.
I’m still amazed that I got paid to interview Mark Owen for my job as a TV presenter – I remember when he was on my bedroom wall gazing down at me from my Take That poster!
Whilst I was at Uni I used my odd days off to get work experience on a pilot for a new TV games show. I got on really well with the production manager and made my career plans clear to her which then led to my first full time job on Big Brother. I was so excited to have being offered a job on such a big show straight after finishing my degree. I started immediately in July and loved every minute of it. They kept me on and to my delight they actually offered me a promotion. This was a huge mark in my career as it usually takes around 18 months to move up the ladder in the TV industry and I had done so in just a few shorts months. The hard work was definitely worth it.