Darrell Tuffs is a writer, filmmaker, and content producer from London. He has run A World of Film since late 2013 and has contributed to many other websites and blogs, including Battleship Pretension, The Metropolist, and More Than One Lesson.
- First class post-graduate degree in Film and Screen Studies
- Almost 2000 followers to A World of Film
- Work on a communications project wins StopMyCraving an accelerate partnership with diary giant Arla.
- An online marketing campaign doubles council membership applicants for the PESGB.
- A promotional funding video commissioned by Skills Development Scotland is screened at a skills event hosted by ExCeL London.
Darrell creates clear and effective visual marketing and communication as well as professionally edited and produced corporate videos.
2017 – present Content Producer & Social Media – StopMyCraving
Responsible for all video production, including researching, filming, editing, and social media promotion of videos for the ethical food company.
2017 Freelance Photographer – Local Council Candidate
Photographing candidate while interacting with local politicians, council projects, and members of the public. These images where compiled and arranged into official candidate leaflets.
2017 Production & Editor – Skills Development Scotland
The production and editing on projects for Skills Development Scotland. This included using Final Cut Pro to design on-screen graphics for a promotional funding videos.
2015-2016 Marketing and Content Producer – PESGB
Planning, shooting, and editing a range of branded videos for the PESGB site. Creating film a copy content for user friendly blog.
Current Editor and Writer, Battleship Pretension, The Metropolist, A World of Film
My personal film website where I write/edit articles and external reviews from contributors and critics. My success has gathered a large weekly readership, which has grown consistently over many years.
2014 Vision Mixer – Havering College
Vision Mixer for college production news broadcast. This was hosted by Richard Lindley, and was later shown on the BBC Parliament channel.