end2end TV had the pleasure of filming for the charity, Bexley Music on Friday 9th December at Our Lady of the Angels Church in Erith. We were tasked with producing a short video capturing the essense of Bexley Music through the eyes of young people; both the end2end team and musicians themselves.
The shoot gave e2e Crew members, Lola and Jack, the opportunity to interview some of the musicians, as well as support our event crew. The whole team were incredible and achieved a great deal during the filming. We welcomed some of our Hurstmere Year 8 & Year 7 Media and News Teams on their first ever professional location shoot - from mixing sound to demonstrating advanced camera techniques; panning and zooming simultaneously, it was a great night to see young people in action. They created some amazing footage from what was a wonderful Christmas concert. Well done as well to our youngest team member and newly [Arts Award] qualified Caitlin for joining us. We were so impressed with you all!
It has been great to work with Bexley Music and we were thrilled to receive such glowing feedback from Beth Rogers, Bexley Music's marketing, communications and fundraising officer:
I recently had the pleasure of working with the end2end TV team and found them to be some of the most polite, positive and inspiring young people I have met. They brought an excitement to our event, and it was brilliant to see young people getting great shots on ENG & DSLR cameras, shooting at a professional level, and capturing the performances from a unique perspective. Every young person I met was a credit to e2e and they carried themselves with professionalism and an infectious sense of excitement.