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62Network She I Autumn/Winter 2012supporting artists on set they ran out of time to film their scenes in the end, but great experience for me. Also be prepared for anything anywhere and to leave at the drop of a hat. I had to drive all over Wales and climb up mountains with just an evening's notice once to work on Weatherman Walking which I assumed would just be a few touch ups at the start of a path but it turned out we actually did all the walks in all weathers, so always bring wet weather gear and climbing boots, even if you think you're just there to powder a nose. Not getting back to people swiflty will lose you jobs though as productions companies don't have time to waste and need to crew jobs quickly. Working as a freelancer can be exciting not knowing what jobs are around the corner but equally can be frustrating. I had just committed myself to a contract on a job when I got a phone call from a production company asking if I was available the next day to film with girl group 'The Saturdays'. Sadly I had to say no rather than let down the other job. There's always next time.On any course you learn the basics and some specialised skills but it's only when you start actually working that you really learn and develop your own style. You learn by trial and error, you learn from your more experienced colleagues and you learn about your own strengths and weaknesses from each new job that you do. You're not going to be amazing at everything so learn to maximise your strengths and accept that everyone has a different style and pace. It's taken me quite a few years to get to that point and realise you can't do everything.gave me the basic knowledge and kit to start looking for work. I contacted photographers and production companies looking for experience and eventually after the inevitable succession of unpaid jobs I started getting paid work and being called back to do more on the same productions. I remember I got one of my first jobs on Casualty after spotting the large BBC trucks on location and just literally knocking on one of the truck doors and leaving my number, thinking that was the end of that. A couple of days later I got a phone call from the Make-Up Designer asking if I could come down and do a couple of days with them as one of their usual make-up artists was sick. I learned about mixing blood and bruising from some very experienced people on that job, but after a day of 'injuring' all the Charlotte Parry Jones with TV presenter Gethin Jones

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