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I’m a UX Designer with a background in Filmmaking and Business. I worked on multiple short films, ads, and music videos as director, writer, producer, and editor. I also worked in production offices strengthening my managerial skills. Moving from Filmmaking to UX Design felt like a natural transition as I realised I could put my filmmaking skills to use in the UX field. I’ve found a logical evolution from film to design: In both, it’s about visualizing possibilities and refining them down into one cohesive vision. I found that UX design encompasses many of the things I enjoyed most about filmmaking such as collaboration, research, attention to detail, the importance of showing and not telling, creative problem solving, and empathy.

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Looking for work in: London, Remote, Will Relocate - UK and Abroad

Available: Immediately for permanent employment

Salary expectation: £26,000 - £30,000

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