Scene to Believe is recognised as the market leader, providing Santa photography services to more than 160 shopping centres throughout Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Working seasonally for a Christmas Photography company for the past four years. My role as Set supervisor included liaising with Westfield Management, Rostering and overall managing the staff at the Westifeld Eastgardens location, set up and packdown of camera and computer gear daily, banking and cash handling procedures, meeting sales targets as well as general customer service.
|Education||Sydney Film School|
|Employer||Scene To Believe|
Graduating Sydney Film School in 2015, Jaime studied both a Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media equipping her with an all-round skill set for video/film making. She specialized in Producing during the latter year of her studies, with credits in over several short films as a Director, Writer, Producer and 1st Assistant Director. Additionally she is a highly capable editor, Adobe Premier Pro being her software of choice for more than three years in both personal and professionally settings. She has some experience using Avid Editing Software and Adobe After Effects also.
Since 2013 she has worked seasonally with the photography company Scene-To-Believe - Australia’s leading company for Christmas Photography. Working in various roles since 2013, starting as a Customer Service Assistant and moving to 2nd In Command in 2014 and Set Supervisor during 2015 and 2016 respectively. She most recently managed the Westfield Eastgardens store and staff, while working in sales and photography.
During her studies she took on a year long internship for the online sustainability website ‘The Foxy Press’ to create a variety of interview, product reviewing and promotional videos. This required work alongside The Foxy Press founder Natascha Moy, to develop, schedule, shoot and edit all content as well as some graphic design work where necessary.
Her specialization in Producing enhanced her skills in organization and efficient time management. The Advanced Diploma required students produce 4 short films in the year as well as directing their own short. Jaime additionally worked on two extra films during 2015 as a 1st Assistant Director, creating shoot schedules and maximizing onset productivity through teamwork and problem solving.
In 2016, Jaime worked on various projects - namely the highly successful short film “Remember Me” as a 1st Assistant Director. The film being shared online via Facebook garnered more than 500k views, 13k likes and 3.2k comments. It was also one of the six finalists for the Olympus Filmmaker Challenge for the 2016 St Kilda Film Festival in Melbourne.
2017 has seen Jaime continue her work as a 1st AD as well as pursuing further experience in the cinematography world, launching a 12 part series titled "The 2017 Project" in a video blog format on Youtube.
Jaime is a highly driven individual that excels in roles that allow her put to use her strong skill set in time management, problem solving, communication and multitasking. Able to keep a bright, optimistic outlook through the most stressful of situations, she is a great asset to any team or workplace.
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