A day in the life of…

In 2015 we’ll be producing a series of fly-on-the-wall documentaries about key individuals working in a range of industries. These will offer an accurate snap-shot showing prospective employees what work in that sector actually involves.steve-jobs-do-great-work

These films will be shown on our Careers Focus TV website and will offer a fascinating introduction to different industries. We are looking for professionals who are passionate about their jobs and keen to enthuse the next generation about them.

Whether you’re a Police Officer, a teacher, an entrepreneur or anything else exciting, we want to hear from you! Our production team will film you for a day and will produce a professional film showcasing your role and how you contribute to your industry.

Please email us to explain why you’re passionate about your job and why it would make an interesting film. We will pick our favourite ones and produce a series of short films to showcase the diversity and opportunities within UK industry.

What you get out of it:

  • A professional 5-10 minute film about your role.
  • A chance to inspire people about your industry.
  • Exposure through our website and social media platforms.
  • You can use the footage in any way you like.

These films are a great way to get people discussing your industry and to inspire the next generation to join it. Drop us a line at martin@collaborativemedia.co.uk with a few sentences about what you do and why it would make an interesting film.

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