Within my work experience I’ve gained several skills, which are important for the media industry.
Examples are organization, deliberation, taking initiatives and solving problems. The development of studies contains skills as making contact with clients, contracts, financial insight and the field research itself. Also a technical insight on camera’s and computer soft- and hardware are important in this industry. Furthermore I possess knowledge on the following software programs: Adobe Photoshop, Soundbooth en Dreamweaver, AVID, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office and SPSS.
Welcome to my portfolio website. My name is Inge van Druenen, Alumni of International Media and Entertainment Management with a production specialization at the NHTV Breda, University of Applied Science. During and after my study I’ve worked in TV production and media research and development.
An example for this is the television show ‘The Voice of Holland’ on which I was a part of the production team. Being a part of a production team includes for example location, equipment, scenery and permits arrangements.
Next to that I also have experience in the media research and innovation sector at the NHTV Breda. Important tasks within this management team are supporting graduation students, deadlines, financial and contractual management and the development and execution of a study
My portfolio contains my collected previous work. This work is compiled from different working area’s from 2008 till now.
It started at the NHTV University of Applied Science, where I as a student followed a lot of practical courses. These courses diverge from Film Analysis, Image Editing, (Dynamic) Web Design, Scriptwriting, Audio recording/editing, Video recording/editing, Research, Business Communications, Imagineering, Project Management, Financial Management, Marketing, Media Legislation, Media Psychology, Editorial Skills and Management Skills. The portfolio also contains examples in video and photo of the television productions I’ve worked on and the research methods used at ADE Research. Feel free to look around.