Tricia Cooklin Production Manager
17 December 2018
Tricia Cooklin
Home telephone: 01980 630 861
Mobile telephone: 07836 281 248
Email: tricia@smokeybluemedia.com

About me: Line Producer, Head of Production, Production Manager, Producer, Post Production Supervisor. More than 30 years experience across Film, TV, Radio, Commercials, Theatre, Charity Campaigns, Corporate, Music. Multi Camera, Studio, OBs and Location. Use EP Movie Magic to prepare budgets and schedules, and excel for cash flows and cost reports. I have overseas filming experience , including hostile environments.

18 years experience.

Genre: Commercials, Corporate, Current Affairs, Documentary, Dramality, Factual Entertainment, Feature Films, Light Entertainment, Magazine Programmes, Multi camera Studio, News, Observational Documentary, Online Content, Outside Broadcasts, Reality, Sport

Additional skills: 16mm or 35mm, Archive, EP Budgeting, EP Scheduling, First Aid, Health And Safety, Negotiating a contract with a broacaster

Other skills: I have my own small office and am happy to manage productions from my base or production companies, whichever a company prefers.

Overseas experience in: Australia, China, Egypt, France, Greenland, Iceland, Italy, Korea (south), Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America.

Willing to be based in: Will consider any base

Languages: Fluent English

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Credits

Various

Production company: True Vision; On-screen credit: Production Manager ; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: Various.

Working as production manager across several factual documentaries for Channel 4 and BBC


Dispatches

Production company: Tigerlilly Productions; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Set up and managed production filming in UK and USA. Managing everything from crew, travel, insurance, kit, health and safety and anything else required.


The Hajj

Production company: Top Hat Television; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC1.

Set up and managed production for BBC1 Prime Time series being filmed in Saudi Arabia. Managing all areas of production from visas, travel, crew, insurance, health and safety and anything else required.


Muhammad Ali: The Parkinson Interview

Production company: Parkinson Productions; On-screen credit: Head of Production / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Light Entertainment; Broadcaster: Network 10.

A green screen studio shoot using archive footage to look back over the life and career of Muhammad Ali.


Parkinson Masterclass

Production company: Parkinson Productions; On-screen credit: Head of Production / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Light Entertainment; Broadcaster: Sky Arts.

A multi camera studio based one on one interview show with a studio audience.


Great British Sewing Bee

Production company: Love Productions; On-screen credit: Unit Manager / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Light Entertainment; Broadcaster: BBC 2.

A multi camera location based show, featuring contestants, judges and presenter.


Ian Thorpe : The Parkinson Interview

Production company: Parkinson Productions; On-screen credit: Head of Production / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Light Entertainment; Broadcaster: Network 10.

A location based multi camera interview show.


Global B Roll

Production company: M&C Saatchi; On-screen credit: Production Manager / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Commercials; Broadcaster: US Network.

A 12 week 12 country shoot for US company.


Blindsight

Production company: Robson Entertainment ; On-screen credit: Line Producer / Post Production Supervisor; Programme type: Feature Films; Broadcaster: Global Theatrical Release.

Oscar shortlisted film where six blind Tibetan teenagers attempt to climb the Lhakpa-Ri peak of Mount Everest, led by seven-summit blind mountain-climber Erik Weihenmayer.


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