Loraa (Director/Videographer)

Working For Loraa

For the last few months I have been working under the guidance and authority of Loraa who is the
main woman of BMV. When I started working for her my main aim was to be someone she could trust
and rely upon to do any jobs avaliable. One of my first jobs was to do a 30 second trailer of
one of her fully edited music videos, so no pressure. Lora introduced me to the editing program Coral VideoStudio and it has been fantastic as I have been looking for an editing program that you dont have to pay more than an I-Phone for.

Since we started working together we have gained some great memories and banter (something for the album) It is always important to establish a good rapport with your employer and with Loraa everyday is a laugh and a smile. Like me she has strong creative juices and always knows what works for any project in terms of style and mis en scene. I am very impressed by the work she puts into her videos and how she organises everything so well without a single problem. During recent Mystery Projects Loraa has had so much on her plate it could break a person, but she rose to the chalenge and directed everyone involved excelenty (the odd teling off now and again).

Working with Loraa and being involved in such a huge project has been a fantastic experience for me and under the guidance my skils in the field of working on set are improving. The mystery projects have been on both mine and loraas mind since it began it’s development phase but Loraa has powered through and delivered on what looks set to be an outstanding end product that will bring in plenty of new projects in the near future. On another note for me, Loraa as a boss has always been fair and listens to any ideas or suggestions I have. I couldn’t have asked for someone better to work with so heres to an exciting future with BMV and with a great Boss

Written by Bill Farrell