Earlier this month, the Performance team attended the 2017 GTC Awards which took place in Aynho, a village in South Northamptonshire.
The Guild of Television Cameramen (GTC) recognises excellence in camerawork at these awards which are well attended by members. These annual awards celebrate achievements relating to the art and craft of camera work. The nominees are selected by members of the GTC. To learn more about the awards and view the live stream of the ceremony, please click here.
The highest award presented by the GTC is the Televisions Cameraman‘s Award (TiCA), the GTC Seals of Approval are also awarded for equipment that has made an outstanding contribution to the art and craft of the cameraman. This year there were 19 nominations for Awards, these included the Rio Olympics 2016 and the New Years Eve Fireworks, for more information on these awards click here.
The winner of the TiCA was Paul Berriff OBE, who has spent 40 years behind the camera, shooting or producing. The award was introduced by GTC Ambassador Keith Massey and the Award was presented by last year's TiCA winner Keith Gibson.
“It was good to be at our first GTC Awards night, the awards are a great way to recognise and celebrate excellence amongst cameramen and camerawomen.
“It was also an opportunity for us to meet and network members of the GTC, some of who are existing Performance clients or have recently taken advantage of our new Public Liability Insurance Scheme that we launched in partnership with the GTC on 1st May 2017. If you would like more information on this, feel free to get in touch with me”, said Michael Wood, Head of Performance
Nominations for the 2018 GTC Awards are already open – click here to learn now to nominate a programme you think is worthy of an award!
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