Tamsin Kavanagh

Experienced Videographer and Editor based in London.

From a Fine Art background with a track record for making creative passion projects in my spare time.

I specialise in making any subject beautiful and intriguing, and have experience creating promos, filming events, interviews, music videos and documentaries – ask to see my reels!



BA First class hons. at Goldsmiths College


July 2020 - Oct. 2020

Videographer & Editor at The Steamship Collective

Freelance work filming interviews and events, as well as editing footage (some that was already shot) at the Steamship Collective for the Thames Festival (Totally Thames 2020). This is ongoing until October, but is not a full time position, so I am still available for other projects.

Sept 2019- June 2020

Editor at Guillaume Vandame

working with the artist Guillaume Vandame in the
Documentation of his project Notice Me (LGBTQIA+ Walk). The project was about queer visibility and what that means in contemporary times. This project was in association with the Whitechapel
Gallery, City of London and Sculpture in the City, and required numerous adjustments, re-edits and multiple versions in order to be signed off by each institution, but it was a great experience to take a project from the raw footage files and shape it in a way to best tell the story in a concise way.

November 2019- June 2020

Videographer and Editor at Pro Bike Service CIC

I worked with the Founder of the
Company to create a mini documentary / promo for the company. This involved researching and planning shoot days around volunteers, beneficiaries and government representatives. Shooting interviews, and B-Roll, recording audio and setting up lighting. I was especially interested in working with Pro Bike Service CIC, as they run their entire business with an ethical and community focused ethos that opens up their services to all, working on a ‘pay what you can’ basis, recycling bike parts and reducing waste.

Dec. 2019 - date

Videographer and Editor at Eva O. and Sophia

I worked with the
Artists to film a dance performance called Mutual Agreement that took place in multiple stages. This involved planning the location, lighting and filming the performance over several days. This was challenging as the
performances needed theatre lights, which aren’t ideal for filming, and also the filming required a lot of
movement following with my Ronin S stabiliser. This project is ongoing due to the artists waiting to obtain music rights before finishing the editing.

Dec 2019 -Jan 2020

1st AD & BTS Videographer at Sean Marquis

I filmed the shoot and also helped to plan, and keep track of the schedule on the shoot days.

Terms & Conditions*