The Truth Behind a Smile.
DOCUMENTARY // 2020
'The Truth Behind a Smile' tells the true story of some of the mental health events that are faced every day by members of the Ambulance Service.
We have teamed up with The Ambulance Staff Charity, who are helping to distribute this project. Check out the fantastic work they do here!
The Truth Behind a Smile is available on YouTube, this website and on TASC's website.
"Max has been working closely with Echo Youth Theatre to create engaging promotional media to use online. Max's thorough understanding of EYT and what we're about, coupled with his ideas and creativity have brought another level to our marketing. Max is brilliant to work with as he talks and works in a way that everyone understands.”
DAN RAYNER - ECHO YOUTH THEATRE
My name is Max Prince, and I'm a film student from Cambridge, and now studying a BA (Hons) in Film and Moving Image Production in Norwich. I started out in film with a small piece I made for my high school when I was thirteen, which was by no means a 'good' film but nonetheless was a great experience. Since then, I have photographed and filmed at multiple events such as weddings, music gigs and live theatre performances.
Now that I've moved up to Norfolk, I'm sadly not known by most businesses and organisations locally. However, I am working towards gaining new clients. I'd love for one of those to be you, or your business. As a creative professional, I will always strive to create meaningful film pieces, professional photographs and effective printed documents to captivate your audience. To see what I might be able to do for you, please reach out to me using my contact form!
Thank you for visiting my website, and I hope you have a good look through my work!
Puppetry: The art of improvisation
SHORT DOCUMENTARY / 2019
'Puppetry: The art of improvisation' is a short documentary following the process of a fascinating art form. This piece presented a great challenge for me, as it was the first short-form documentary that I was able to create for myself. I really enjoyed making this film, because the art that is made within it was absolutely beautiful to see coming together.
I produced this piece as my main portfolio item for my interview at Norwich University of the Arts, where I currently study a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Moving Image Production.
I've received a lot of feedback on this film as a whole, and there are quite a few things I might now do differently, especially when working for a client.
Monty Python's 'Spamalot'
Merchandised Production Programme
When working on this production of 'Spamalot', effective communication with the creative directors of the show led to a concept piece that ticked all of their boxes. Through a few revisions, we were able to finalise the printed article, which sold extremely well on the door. I am very pleased to say that we sold out of copies from our initial printing run, and were forced to order an emergency run of an additional 300 copies. Almost all of which sold out by the end of the final performance.