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Oslo and Akershus College of Applied Sciences (Journalism)
University of Southern California (Master's)
I am a recent graduate student of USC School of Cinematic Arts where I studied Film and Television Production. I am well versed in editing and cinematography. I have been in the US back and forth since I was 17 and love the English language, as well as history.
Although I ended up going to film school for my MFA, I was accepted into New York University's Literary Reportage program as one of out of only ten students. The program is a Master's Degree in non-fiction writing where student's GRE score is among the deciding factors.
Having been a student at one of the world's top film schools for three years, I have come to realize what works and what doesn't in regards to teaching film production. Film is such a collaborative art form and so it's fundamental to get in the habit of how to learn from others while evolving at the craft on your own. I believe this is something I can help other filmmakers with.
Being a European, my history is something that is a natural part of who I am as well as an interest that I have always loved. I've won a national writing competitions in my home country about the Second World War, and subsequently took part in European History Seminars across Europe as part of being an Ambassador and regional alumni advisor for EUSTORY History Network for Young Europeans. I was also a participant at the 1st FutureLab Europe seminar in Brussels, Belgium.
All of the subjects listed here take up the of my days as it is, and so it would only be a pleasure - as well as very exciting - to teach something that I care so much about to others. I am a recent graduate student of USC School of Cinematic Arts where I studied Film and Television Production. I am well versed in editing and cinematography. I have been in the US back and forth since I was 17 and love the … Read more
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