A Staffordshire University graduate has been honoured at this year’s Royal Television Society awards.
Giorgia Perini celebrated winning two awards – ‘Student short Feature’ and ‘Craft Skills: Production Design’ for her #Jumpfrompaper.
The awards took place at the National Motorcycle Museum and were hosted by Nick Owen and Bob Warman.
Giorgia (pictured), aged 24, said: “I made it myself.
“I found the brand, I built the idea, I shot it. I tried to do most things because it was my final idea project.
“I want to say thank you to my family because they helped me a lot.
“I also really need to thank my tutor and all the people from Staffordshire University.
“I found the staff really helpful for everything.”
Perini, who studied Digital Film and Post Production Technology celebrated winning two awards – ‘Student short Feature’ and ‘Craft Skills: Production Design’ for her dissertation.
Giorgia’s final year project was a fashion advertisement for Taiwanese brand Jumpfrompaper which produces 2D and carton style bags.
Other students from Staffordshire University, in Stoke-on-Trent, were shortlisted for a host of other honours at the awards night.
• Liam Young won ‘Student Comedy & Entertainment’ with ‘The Ketchup Conspiracy’
and Joe Bodfish was nominated for ‘Brew’
• Michael Rowell was nominated for ‘Student Drama’ with ‘Alone Apart’
• Yolandé Haynes was nominated for ‘Student Short Feature’ with ‘Beyond the Horizon’
and Ben Jesse was also nominated for this category with ‘Nothing Like it’
• Isaac Bell was nominated for ‘Student News’ for ‘Miss Gender’
• Matthew Jopling won ‘Craft Skills: Sound’ with ‘TJWhite Gunmakers & Co’