Ellie Scouller
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What I do:
Producer
A little more about me:
I have just started as a freelance producer. I am currently working on a short feature film but would like to work more in event and theatre production. I am on a course at the Watershed in Bristol called Future Producers until the end of October. I am looking for work and experience around Wales so that I can become a freelance producer in the South West.

I just moved out of Cornwall where I have spent the past four years. I studied for a degree in Product Design at Falmouth University and then went on to be President of the Students' Union.

I am an active and energetic person who works hard and loves to be outside. I really enjoy making peoples visions a reality and making things happen.
Location:
South Wales, Llanishen
Projects I’m working on:
I am currently working on a Short Feature Film called 'If You Can Hear Me' and I am a Future Producer on a course at the Watershed in Bristol.
Twitter @username:
@EleanorScouller

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At 13:17 on October 5, 2015, Brady Bowes said…

Hi Ellie and welcome to the National Theatre Wales Community. Thank you for joining! I'm Brady, the digital communications assistant at NTW and I briefly spoke to you on Twitter.

Firstly, congrats on your degree! It's also great to hear about your current course at the Watershed. It'll be brilliant for you to get involved and you'll find most opportunities posted here. Joining groups is a great way of connecting with people and finding work experience. To start with, take a look at TEAM and Producers.

Let me know if you have any questions at all!

-Brady

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