Trinity Vision

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Trinity Vision is a production company that works from within Leeds Trinity University. Our unique remit is to produce media solutions for businesses, charities and social organisations, using students as the crew and talent, training them to a professional standard and preparing the next generation of media professionals. Our aim is community engagement and the student experience.

Trinity Vision has been operating under this name for over two years. During this time it has gained excellent student feedback and produced a variety of media products for businesses such as Multiflight and the Tenet Group and charities including CAFOD and Sporting Memories. Trinity Vision produce a range of media including video, special effects, live events and interactive documentary. In the summer of 2014 Trinity Vision completed a film for Leeds City Council where they filmed events around the Grand Depart of the Tour de France including Stage One in Leeds City Centre.

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Trinity Vision is staffed by industry professionals working in a variety of fields including documentary, television, drama and special effects. The students are exposed to a wealth of experience and knowledge to help develop their individual skills and prepare them to work in the industry.

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