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Andrew Carnegie, Scottish Philanthropist

Garry Fraser

Garry Fraser

Creative Director

Garry Anthony Fraser is a BAFTA award winning filmmaker

Originally from the Muirhouse estate in Edinburgh, Garry was once involved in a life of crime and drug abuse. He managed to find his path out of addiction after realising his creative talents on the HND film course at Edinburgh College in 2006. Now Garry is an internationally respected director, who is renowned for his gritty, real-life, urban documentaries set in Edinburgh.

As such he is multi-talented in most areas of filmmaking from story development through to Post post production. Satisfied clients include the Scottish Government, The NHS, University of Edinburgh Edinburgh colleges BBC Scotland & Channel 4.

Garryʼs has worked closely with the UK’s main broadcasters His previous business experience and work in the competitive media sector means he is used to successfully delivering projects on time with restricted budgets through good project management.

Wideo Media is Garry’s own social enterprise started in 2013 to bring a voice to the voiceless through art

Iain Henderson

Iain Henderson

Filmmaker

Iain studied Television Operations at Glasgow Clyde College for three years to achieve an A at HND level. Whilst working towards his qualification, Iain started his own enterprise working with local musicians directing, self-shooting and editing music videos, as well as filming live events such as T in the Park and Wickerman.

He soon gained a reputation within the local scene collaborating with artists such as Hector Bizerk, who have been nominated for Scottish Album of the Year twice, and also Vukovi creating content which has been featured on channels such as Kerrang TV.

Iain spreads himself across a diversity of roles beyond music and into sports. In 2014 he gained hands on experience as part of the Host Broadcaster Training Initiative (HBTI), a scheme for students to work alongside professionals ahead of the Commonwealth Games, applying his skills in a wide variety of roles.

Iain took something different away from the Games than the other 200 students, after he won a competition to create a short film for the Opening Ceremony. The film was screened to 40,000 people on the night then attracted media attention with his story featured in newspapers and broadcast on STV Glasgow as well as featuring in a BBC documentary. Recently, ‘The Wee ‘Hings’ was declared the winner of the Entertainment category at the BAFTA-Scotland New Talent Awards 2015.

Since the Games other organisations had got in touch with him offering corporate work, such as the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) who have put him in charge of a team to create a film for their upcoming conference.

Iain is now working alongside BOLD Marketing, making short films and delivering filmmaker training days.He also does a lot of work with Wideo Media, ranging from working in the community on youth projects to collaborating with Garry Fraser on an upcoming film based on Irvine Welsh’s short stories.

Garry Fraser

Garry Fraser

Creative Director

Garry Anthony Fraser is a BAFTA award winning filmmaker

Originally from the Muirhouse estate in Edinburgh, Garry was once involved in a life of crime and drug abuse. He managed to find his path out of addiction after realising his creative talents on the HND film course at Edinburgh College in 2006. Now Garry is an internationally respected director, who is renowned for his gritty, real-life, urban documentaries set in Edinburgh.

As such he is multi-talented in most areas of filmmaking from story development through to Post post production. Satisfied clients include the Scottish Government, The NHS, University of Edinburgh Edinburgh colleges BBC Scotland & Channel 4.

Garryʼs has worked closely with the UK’s main broadcasters His previous business experience and work in the competitive media sector means he is used to successfully delivering projects on time with restricted budgets through good project management.

Wideo Media is Garry’s own social enterprise started in 2013 to bring a voice to the voiceless through art

Iain Henderson

Iain Henderson

Filmmaker

Iain studied Television Operations at Glasgow Clyde College for three years to achieve an A at HND level. Whilst working towards his qualification, Iain started his own enterprise working with local musicians directing, self-shooting and editing music videos, as well as filming live events such as T in the Park and Wickerman.

He soon gained a reputation within the local scene collaborating with artists such as Hector Bizerk, who have been nominated for Scottish Album of the Year twice, and also Vukovi creating content which has been featured on channels such as Kerrang TV.

Iain spreads himself across a diversity of roles beyond music and into sports. In 2014 he gained hands on experience as part of the Host Broadcaster Training Initiative (HBTI), a scheme for students to work alongside professionals ahead of the Commonwealth Games, applying his skills in a wide variety of roles.

Iain took something different away from the Games than the other 200 students, after he won a competition to create a short film for the Opening Ceremony. The film was screened to 40,000 people on the night then attracted media attention with his story featured in newspapers and broadcast on STV Glasgow as well as featuring in a BBC documentary. Recently, ‘The Wee ‘Hings’ was declared the winner of the Entertainment category at the BAFTA-Scotland New Talent Awards 2015.

Since the Games other organisations had got in touch with him offering corporate work, such as the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) who have put him in charge of a team to create a film for their upcoming conference.

Iain is now working alongside BOLD Marketing, making short films and delivering filmmaker training days.He also does a lot of work with Wideo Media, ranging from working in the community on youth projects to collaborating with Garry Fraser on an upcoming film based on Irvine Welsh’s short stories.

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