David Mearns



Education Sep-2005 - Oct-2009(University of the West of Scotland)
Employer DTM films
Location Sydney Australia


  • Commercial
  • Events
  • Excel
  • Film
  • Premiere
  • Singer
  • TV
  • Word
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  • DTM films
    2012 - 2012

    I worked as a runner on a shoot for the 'Sunday Mail' newspaper. My job required helping out with moving and setting up equipment and general tasks.

  • Barry Mendel Productions
    2012 - 2012

    I worked as a runner on feature film 'God Help The Girl'. My duties included; helping move equipment, transporting cast & crew and general daily tasks.

  • TwoFour Digital/Ogilvy
    2012 - 2012

    I worked as a runner on a BP advertisement/promotional video.My duties included making sure all crew had correct paperwork daily, liasing with clients from Ogilvy. Also helping load and set up equipment.

  • STV
    2012 - 2012

    I worked as a runner all over England for BBC2's 'Antiques Road Trip'. My duties included helping load and set up equipment, liaising with local people and keeping on top of paperwork. I also was responsible for day to day tasks.

  • Shed Productions
    Production Runner
    2012 - 2012

    I worked in the production office on BBC1's 'Waterloo Road'. My duties included general admin, liaising and transporting cast members.

  • Endemol
    2012 - 2012

    I worked on BBC3's 'Snog, Marry, Avoid'. I was responsible for transporting and helping set up equipment.

  • Shed Productions
    Floor Runner
    2011 - 2011

    I was responsible for the extras; making sure they arrived on time to set, making sure paperwork was sorted and some other general day to day tasks,

  • Frostbite Productions/Marvel
    Location Marshall
    2010 - 2010

    I was working on feature film 'Captain America: First Avenger' as a location marshall. I was responsible for locking off roads to the public and keeping paparazzi at bay. My other responsibilities included liaising with the general public.


  • University of the West of Scotland
    BA Media
    2005 - 2009

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