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#1 James Ian Gray

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Posted 12 February 2012 - 02:21 PM

Hi All,

just thought I'd fling this out there as I'm currently looking for Film and TV Drama assisting work and was wondering which way is the best way to go around it?
If there was a way at all that is?

I've been in the industry from sound to post production for Broadcast and DOP on a couple of shorts but nothing too major and was wondering if anyone could help me?
Or if anyone was willing for me to 2nd AC on something for very small money just to gain ropes and more experience. I promise you, you won't be dissapointed.
Sorry little bit cheeky there....

For more info on me my website is at:
http://www.jgrayonline.com

Also I'm always up for a coffee if anyone would like to meet up. Other than that thank you so much any information that you post up on here.

Cheers
James Ian Gray
info@jgrayonline.com
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