Digital Media Production

at Engine Shed

This Level 3 Extended Diploma is centred around delivering real life projects, in real working environments and often for commercial clients. On this course you’ll develop your skills across a number of media disciplines including photography, film-making, graphic design, project management, marketing and advertising. The course is built around projects which are designed to reflect working in the professional work place.

Often you’ll be working with real clients on real commercial projects. You’ll be immersed in a creative professional environment, working in the heart of Bristol’s creative high tech digital hub at Engine Shed with exceptional facilities and networks that can give you the competitive edge in the future.

Studying with boomsatsuma isn’t like being at school, you’re learning where the work is.

Engine Shed is Bristol’s central location for creative companies to meet and create up-and-coming business ideas, such as app development, web design and smartphone technology. Studying here means you’re not just in a classroom, you’re sharing a workspace and developing your photography, video making and design skills, alongside creative professionals and businesses such as Channel 4 and Bristol Media.

With access to Apple iMacs, installed with the latest adobe suite programmes and industry standard software, you will be immersed in a professional workspace. In its central location, next door to Temple Meads Station, you’ll be working on professional projects and learning the skills you need to gain a head start into the exciting world of digital Media.

If you want a career in Digital Media, Engine Shed is the place to be.

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Recent Projects.

boomsatsuma courses hold immersion and opportunity at their core. Our Digital Media Production Extended Diploma changes its projects and students' outcomes year on year, by making new connections with specialists and building industry-facing projects. This allows students to not only gain a valuable qualification, but, at the same time, develop a realistic and well-informed portfolio of experience at the earliest stages of their career.

Art Battle's Artist Profiles

Students collaborated on a month-long project with the international Art Battle team. They followed the lead up to Art Battle Bristol, working closely with multiple entrants to produce short films that profiled the artists.

RPS + Jack Latham Collaboration

Digital Media students received a master class from renowned British photographer, Jack Latham, on photo projects, editing and selecting work. This launched and geared up their follow-up project on the Sugar Paper Theories with The Royal Photographic Society. In turn, their involvement led to students producing and publishing a photobook of their own work, inspired by the projects.