Thanks to a bursary awarded by Arts Council England and a significant donation generously pledged from private donors, the BSO will host a training placement for James Rose, a conductor with disabilities, to accelerate his development, experience and confidence as an artist. Of the 20 successful applicants, the BSO is not only the only orchestra […]
In the last few weeks since I wrote on this blog, I have been busy finding ways of progressing my conducting project. It continues to be a big challenge as it is one of those things which is very specialised and not an easily definable career path. Nevertheless, things are slowly moving forward and new […]
Hi, I have a project to help me continue my journey to becoming a music conductor. Due to my Cerebral Palsy (limited fine-motor control) I cannot use my hands as easily as my head to move around. Therefore I have a specialised piece of equipment known as a head-pointer, which I use with my touch […]
If somebody came up to me in early December telling me that I’d be watching an inspirational documentary on the Spice Girls during the festive period, I would have laughed! But, it happened, and I was gripped by every minute of it! We were sitting down on the sofa recovering from the day before that […]
On 15 March, groups of young entrepreneurs entered Windsor Castle to pitch their ideas for new businesses that would benefit their community. The event was the culmination of this year’s Reaching for Gold (R4G) competition which links business men and women with young people. East Berkshire Education Business Partnership — one of the Realise delivery […]
Realise! aims to nurture the entrepreneurial and enterprising skills of young disabled people through a series of development opportunities. Young people across Berkshire worked with staff from Readipop to learn about everything from producing and recording to organising live gigs and festivals.
This is my latest show reel demonstrating my work to date. Please feel free to contact me if you feel I can help out with your filming needs!
Best selling author of Mastering Time, Simon Phillips, and the Inspirational film-maker, James Rose, have teamed up to deliver a keynote speech that you, your pupils and your employees will never forget. Go to http://simonphillips.net/be-unstoppable/ to find out more. Music by Ian Cleverdon
A Snowball/ Phillis/ Rose Production This video opened the 2011 graduation event on Tuesday 29th December 2011. Producer/ Director: Penny Snowball Edit-Producer: James Rose Camera: Oliver Phillis
Take Five – a Hampshire-based organisation promoting good mental health – asked Shedlight productions to film & produce a promo for their new programme. Editor: James Rose