Andrew Sanders update

Q: Why are Contracts like Train Connections? A: They Never Arrive When You Need Them.

It is literally three years ago since I wrote my first blog for the LSM page. I know this because I just read it again to remind myself what I wrote in preparation for writing this entry. Hopefully my grammar has improved since then!

Three years ago I had been working for a little while on a show called My First Place, a real estate show about first time homebuyers. I was a production coordinator for the show so I was in charge of getting the legal releases required for the show so we could film people and locations. I loved this job, it was great fun. Continue reading

Golden fables 2012

Four LSM graduates are key members of the team creating a film record of a major new stage work about Lincolnshire. The film premiere is at the Drill Hall in Lincoln on Tuesday July 3. Tickets are £5 (£4 concessions) from the box office on 01522 873894. Later it moves on to Stamford, Gainsborough, Sleaford, Hemswell, Grantham, Leasingham and Spalding.

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Katy (Née Atkinson) & Rob Dowell

Katy – Class of 2006 and Rob 2005

You’ll probably remember the Uni Radio Station, Siren FM, and think the only things to come out of it were building up your CV, learning the trade or its eclectic blend of music! For the then 2nd year student Katy Atkinson and 3rd year student Rob Dowell something a bit longer lasting and yes soppier came out of it…a marriage!

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Doug Murchie, class of 2005

Doug at work!

Internships can be an extremely good place to start.

I am a producer creating promos, commercials, competitions and short form content for the kids’ channels Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito.

Doug’s latest showreel:

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Emma Bickers, class of 2005

Emma on Million Pound Drop

From working on an airfield in Russia, sitting in a Diary Room Chair and now playing with a Million Pounds, my career in television has been exciting, varied and very, very hard work.


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Luisa De Rienzo, class of 2005


Luisa on Wipeout

If I had never set foot in that small television studio at Lincoln University, I wonder if I would be doing the job I do today.
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David Burgess, class of 2005


David Burgess, creator of Waldo the Worm

I graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2005. I studied Media Production, specialising in New Media and Photography. I found work as a graphic designer after a stint on the dole and working in call centres.  Continue reading

US exchange is 10 years old!

Andrew Sanders, class of 2005, was so impressed by his time on our US exchange scheme, that years later he married an American girl, emigrated stateside and got a job in the media industry.

He looks back at the time he spent at Moorhead and raids the photo album:

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Andrew Sanders, class of 2005

Andrew Sanders

I am enjoying a career in television out here in the United States. I just moved to Colorado last year to be with my wife and have landed myself a job in a local production company called High Noon Entertainment.

But it wasn’t always like this……

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