Camera (DIT) Department



'It really helped me move forward in my career and gave me contacts that I would have found it hard to otherwise gain. I met some great people working with Screen NETS and it really made me feel part of the industry in Scotland, my working life is now very different from this time a year ago!'
Lewis McInnes, Camera (DIT) Trainee 2011/12


Screen NETS Advanced Camera (DIT) Trainees increase their knowledge and experience of the job of Digital Image Technician (DIT).

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Screen NETS 2011/12 Camera (DIT) Trainees


Marc Campbell
Camera (DIT) Department Trainee 2012

As a Screen NETS trainee Marc wants to gain more experience working with a Digital Image Technician (DIT) and get a greater understanding of the role which will help move his career forward.  He worked on the feature film Not Another Happy Ending produced by Synchronicity Films, directed by John McKay and starring Dr Who's Karen Gillan, and Case Histories Season 2 starring Jason Isaacs.  Marc finished his time with Screen NETS working on Sunshine On Leith, the film of the musical featuring songs from The Proclaimers, Produced by DNA Films and Black Camel, directed by Dexter Fletcher, and starring Peter Mullan.

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Lewis McInnes
Camera (DIT) Department Trainee 2011/12

As a Screen NETS Lewis wanted to gain more knowledge of tapeless shooting and the role of the D.I.T., as well as provide him with a career boost. Lewis worked on Under the Skin starring Scarlett Johansson directed by Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast), with DIT Mark Purvis from Mission Digital.

Where is he now? Lewis' supervisor on Under the Skin, Mark Purvis, liked Lewis so much that he gave him a job with Mission Digital after his Screen NETS work placement ended.

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Fraser Denholm
Camera (DIT) Department Trainee 2012

Fraser was supported with his Career Development through Screen NETS and he attended the Role of the DIT short course and a bespoke camera assistant course with cameraman John Harper. Fraser was also able to spend 3.5 weeks as a DIT trainee on The Railway Man, adapted by Frank Cottrell Boyce and starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.

Previous to Screen NETS Fraser worked as a freelance filmmaker and he developed digital workflows and data wrangling system for Canon 7D & FCP . His freelance projects include for Science and Culture, Scottish Refugee Week and on the Music Video “Ropes” for Indian Red Lopez and his broadcast credits include Taggart, River City and 2000 Acres of Sky

Fraser continues to work as freelance filmmaker..

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Paul Forest
Camera (DIT) Department Trainee 2011/12

Paul was supported with Career Development through Screen NETS and as a Screen NETS trainee Paul has completed courses in First Aid, Risk Assessment for Film & TV,  Introduction to HDSLR Filmmaking, and a bespoke camera assistant course with cameraman John Harper.

Previous to Screen NETS, Paul worked as a Camera Trainee on River City, Shed Media’s Young James, Pramface, and as Assistant on two music videos for A Band Called Quinn and The Unsinkable Boxer.  He also worked a couple of days on feature film Filth as B-Camera trainee.

Paul has worked as a Camera Trainee on MI High and as a Camera Assistant on River City since Screen NETS.