Bafta Albert 

I have taken a training course from Albert in Sustainable production which provides knowledge and skills to create productions in a more sustainable way

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Environmental Mission Statement

The future of the beautiful planet that we call home has never been more endangered from plastic, pollution and waste. The moving image and stills industry in which we work, plays a big part in contributing to this problem.

 I am working to be as sustainable and environmentally responsible as I can while still delivering and meeting clients expectations.

Wherever possible

 I will hire, use pre-worn or recycled clothing and will re-use clothing left over from previous shoots to cut down on waste and new purchases.

I will use eco-friendly brands and suppliers that are sustainable.

I will re-home or donate left over stock from shoots to charities or companies that can re-use them.

I will hire props whenever possible to cut down on new purchases

I will endeavour to hire and encourage set and props makers who use recyclable materials

Discuss with production prior to the shoot what the reuse/waste plan is for any makes, purchased items and set pieces – including any transport/rehoming/disposal costs

Consider how prop choices could influence sustainable behaviours, from cast using reusable coffee cups to compost caddies appearing in kitchens 

I use a renewable green energy supplier.

I will avoid single use plastic, using reusable bags and materials instead

Transport is one of the hardest things for me to make greener, as it is often out of my control, but I will use electric powered vehicles whenever possible and travel by public transport if there is not much equipment to courier.

I will contribute a percentage of budget to mossy earth who plant native trees to offset carbon emissions

I am currently helping to set up a styling store with other stylists to re-use and re-cycle wardrobe and props

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