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Ande Schurr is a professional and experienced sound recordist with a passion for the film and TV industry. His columns on The Big Idea focus on 'How Freelancers Succeed'.
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Professional and capable sound recordist since 2005 with a wide level of experience in:
Feature Films (15 features)
TV drama, TV studio shows
It is my passion and privilege to be working in the film and TV industry.
My home is in Auckland but I work throughout NZ and internationally.
I look forward to working with you.
To help freelancers build a strong, financially rewarding business with sound work ethics.
In this first audio recording of How Freelancers Can Succeed, Ande Schurr interviews documentary film-maker Justin Benn about participatory video.
Ande Schurr comes full circle to discuss his approach as a sound recordist and how preparation is king.
Creative entrepreneur Sarah Burren talks about the five year journey to bring her 'edu-tainment' project Journey to the Deep to the world.
In his latest tips for How Freelancers Can Succeed, Ande Schurr says Facebook can ignite the fires of your business and help define and develop its culture and spirit.
There is a saying that blood is thicker than water, that the bonds between family is stronger than those of friendships. When it comes to building a successful company, the rules change.
As long as we are not too slow to adapt to the market we will survive. What kind of adaption is required? Here are the four kinds recommended by Ande Schurr in How Freelancers Can Succeed.
Ande Schurr takes a look at the corporate video market and the role of the Internal Communication Manager.
Ande Schurr reviews and wraps-up his columns from 2011 with 12 lessons for freelancers and, as part of our ten year celebrations, considers what The Big Idea means to him.
A freelancer who is looking to remain relevant in their industry must search within themselves from time to time, assessing what they are doing wrong as much as what they are doing right.
Lewis Bostock has made it his business to discover how independent film and web producers can make money, or as he puts it, become 'sustainable'.
We can become so consumed with our work that we forget about the things that deep down we yearn to understand, says Ande Schurr in his latest column for freelancers.
Storytelling is one of the oldest art forms for communicating ideas and one of the great adapters to evolving mediums. So are the creators and makers, like director Chris Clark.