About Tim Mitchell, Rubikon Pictures:
This year sees my 30th anniversary of working in film and television. I started out in film editing and have been branching out into most areas of the process since then. Having witnessed many changes over the years, I would say that there has never been such an exciting time to be involved.
I have spent some time at the BBC, in Belfast, Cardiff and Glasgow, and I have done a lot of news and documentary work at Scottish Television, where the Piper Alpha disaster and the Dunblane shootings were, tragically, unforgettable events. I have also worked on television shows, including occasional work on the long-running crime series ‘Taggart’.
For some years now, I have been working independently. This is hugely satisfying and allows me to focus on issues and projects that I find interesting. Here, I have done work with Sue Morrison for oral history and heritage projects, which has involved creating memoryscapes and filmed heritage trails, and working with school students and staff. In addition to film and editing commissions, I am increasingly working on web-based projects. Just now I am taking my first steps into live internet streaming.
I am available for commissioned work.
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