Documentary work in video, words and pictures by Stephen Noble

Stephen Noble is a man who hates to talk in the third person, so I'll knock that on the head right from the off. I'm a proud journalist who mainly works as a one man band filmmaker. I'm working on blurring those lines between press and documentary to create interesting stories with a journalist's skill set, with the visual craft of beautiful film.

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Showreel


A short showreel made up of some of my favourite videos that I’ve had the chance to work on.


Jane Moore – Sketch A Day


Jane Moore, a London based artist, made a New Year’s resolution to sketch something every day for a year. In January 2015 all 365 sketches formed an exhibition in Hackney. The exhibition itself was opened to other forms of creative expression that included musicians, poets and workshops for schools across the community.

After just moving to London I wanted to get involved in something that I really thought was amazing, and to follow around someone who is also visually minded. This short film was a joy to make, and I can’t recommend Jane’s art enough.

 


Shapes Hackney


Shapes, a mixed use venue in Hackney, commissioned me to make a quick promo video for their space to be used on Youtube and their website. It was to be mainly filmed from one night, a magazine launch with a lot of happy clubbers and amazing DJs. Jobs like this are always the fun ones!


The Workshop


https://vimeo.com/97258228
Under The Bridge, a homeless charity based in Byker, Newcastle, runs a wood workshop. At the workshop, volunteers and participants refurbish old and unwanted furniture and sell them in two shops, one in Byker, the other in Heaton. Those at the workshop have had, at times, difficult lives, but this is not the focus of the short film. Instead it’s to look at what can happen when people are given a chance, somewhere to go and something to contribute.
For more information, head to bykerbridge.org.uk


BQ Scottish Export Awards


BQ Magazine, a quarterly national business focused publication, asked me to capture the mood and reactions of the winners from their first Scottish Export Awards, celebrating the success and talent of some of Scotland’s best emerging and established businesses.