Moving Picture TV is a portfolio of work by journalist Mark Kelly, who specialises in audio visual storytelling.
Nearly twenty years experience is coupled with professional qualifications in both broadcast journalism and multimedia design.
Updated every week, most of the videos on Moving Picture TV were researched, written, produced and edited by Mark in one day.
Since 2013, I have been working for The Wall Street Journal EMEA as a journalist and video producer; writing, producing and presenting original and engaging video content for a multi-platform audience.
Prior to employment at The Wall Street Journal I spent three years managing the multimedia production workflow for The Sunday Times, a team that won the award for best video journalism in the Online Media Awards 2011 and a Lovie award in 2012 for Rod Liddle’s Got Issues – a feature I produced, shot and edited for three years.
Before accepting a role with The Sunday Times I was a full-time freelance working for newspaper multimedia departments including The Guardian, The Times and The Sun.
I also worked for TV broadcasters including Channel 4 News and ITN – the latter for which I produced content for The Daily Telegraph, The Mirror, MSN, O2, Yahoo and Vodaphone.
Prior to going visual, I spent seven years working as a radio journalist – producing and presenting the news, sport and 15 minute news programmes for around fifteen local and regional radio stations across the South East.
My start in broadcasting came while I was still at school in 1987/88, volunteering to produce a weekly gig guide for BBC Radio Sussex’s student show ‘Turn It Up’ in Brighton.
I have also worked as as a bingo caller and supplemented my studies with jobs as a cinema usher and video shop assistant.