Andy Horry

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Andy Horry

Videography Camera Operator Post-Production Director
1st Jul 1994

Andy Horry

Videography Camera Operator Post-Production Director
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I am a dedicated filmmaker, passionate about conveying emotion, whilst delivering a strong message to an audience. As well as being a filmmaker, I am also a very keen musician/songwriter and I bring the enthusiasm I have for music into the films I make. Having a sense of rhythm can really come in handy in terms of editing especially and I treat my edits the same way I treat my musical compositions.
Projects
Misanthropy Misanthropy 2015 Write, Director, Editor, Composer
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British Black Metal: The Extreme Underground British Black Metal: The Extreme Underground 2016 Producer, Director, Editor
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Further Information
I plan to create more fictional pieces in the future, however am currently working on developing my new event videography business, 'Filterlight'. Me and my business partner recently noticed the rise in business and tech events, yet found that there is a lack of video companies that specialise in this field. After covering NewRedo's events we have learnt a few tricks in producing engaging content and are now ready to provide specialised services to meet the needs of event organisers that want to promote their businesses and events.
Achievements
I graduated from Leeds Beckett University July 2015 with a 2.1 in Creative Media Technology (BSC Hons) and since then I have been working self employed as a videographer also currently forming an event videography business called Filterlight.

The first short film I completed was a psychological thriller, entitled Misanthropy about an individual struggling to handle an overload of negativity from encounters with toxic people. Since then I have also made a documentary on the current black metal scene in the UK, which I crowd funded myself and has been released online through my independent film platform 'Tourmaline Films'. The film has been online since Feb 2016 and has now gained traction on YouTube, resulting in over 62,000 views and a lot of engagment in the comment section.

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