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Following a successful year with our Arts Emergency Trainees, Loop Talent are pleased to continue our collaboration with Arts Emergency for 2022-2023. We offer some of their young people from diverse and typically underrepresented communities in the industry a subscription to the Crew diary service as a trainee in their chosen department. 

This year, we have invited two young people to join Loop Talent Crew in the Camera Team and Art Department as trainees.

Meet this year’s Arts Emergency Trainees…

Gwent Odai

Katie Morris

The Art department welcomes Katie Morris

Katie Morris is a recent Fine Art graduate of the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. Specialising in sculpture and large-scale fabric works Katie is physically able and confident using a variety of materials to create props, costumes, and set pieces. Currently working as a gallery assistant at sculpture park Albion Barn, she is well accustomed to administrative responsibilities as well as handling and packaging valuable artworks. Katie has also worked at the Oxford Playhouse as a freelance costume design assistant for various student productions..

The Camera department welcomes Gwent Odai

Gwent graduated from Anglia Ruskin University with a bachelor’s in digital media in 2020 and a master’s in film and Television Production in 2022, and is now looking to gain experience on a professional set.

Gwent has always been passionate about film from a young age and always admired the cinematography and the way they were directed, and hopes to one day be able to tell compelling stories.

In addition to joining the diary service, we’re partnering these trainees with some of the Loop Talent HODs to offer mentoring and experience on set. We’re so thrilled to continue to support Arts Emergency Trainees and help our new recruits break into the industry and gain new opportunities. 

Please get in touch with Crew Manager Daisy if you’d like to book our trainees.

Gwent Odai

Katie Morris