One of our favorite ways to get inspired is to learn about new skills and discover new opportunities that we never dreamed possible. When we heard about Josh Chamberlain’s Film and Television workshop in Berlin on January 7th, we knew we had to sign up! Held at Worcester Prep, this event is designed for people of any age and skill level that may be interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. That covers a wide range of potential career paths, including editing trailers, composing music, sound design, color correction, motion graphics, pre-visualization, directing, producing, management, writing, acting and working behind the camera. Josh notes that his tips and suggestions provided during the four hour workshop can be translated into any of these career paths.
We love life on the Eastern Shore, but at times, careers in the area can feel a bit limited. Josh assures us, “It is absolutely realistic to think that you can work remotely for companies like Sony Pictures, Marvel or Warner Brothers from anywhere in the world.” In his workshop, Josh will explain how.
Josh graduated from Stephen Decatur High School, and went on to Salisbury University to study Communication Arts. “When I was in college it was almost impossible to talk to industry insiders who were currently working in the business. I promised myself that if I ever came to a place of great experience, I would come back and share what I know.” Josh has certainly achieved great experience, owning Stickman Productions, working with Hollywood clients and creating music videos, featurettes, trailers and TV shows viewed by millions worldwide. The stars aligned when Worcester Prep agreed to open their doors to the public and host this workshop.
When asked about what he hopes his workshop attendees will get out of this event, Josh notes, “To break out of your comfort zone, stop wishing and start doing. Anything is possible with hard work and the right people in your corner. You will leave this workshop feeling confident and clear about the opportunities that lay ahead.”
Tickets are available for $34. We can see this being a great experiential Christmas gift for the creative up-and-comer in your life! Seats are limited to 100 people. A hot lunch will be provided, and attendees will all be entered in a random drawing for a contest giveaway.