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.”
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’