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Summa Dixon

Kia Ora!

During my time at the New Zealand Broadcasting School, I have found myself giving everything a good try. I am very eager to learn and will not hesitate to jump at opportunities presented to me. Because of this, I have gained experience in Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer. As well as writing and directing a short drama, floor managing and art directing- all which I loved doing.

I have a particularly strong interest in cinematography. After being a camera operator for Metro News, Music videos and Documentaries, my love for visual storytelling and working with others has only increased even more! I love working with people and will always bring a good attitude and encouragement every day to the workplaces I am in, while also working to my highest standard. I have also gained an understanding of composition and key camera techniques.  

I am extremely excited to be starting a career in an industry which I am passionate about and I believe that my willingness to learn, positive attitude, creativity and adaptability will be a great addition to any team :)


Kids Show: Millies Magical Memories (Art Director)

Millies Magical Memories is a short kids show which I was lucky enough to art direct. I created a majority of the sets including the costumes and props. This was an extremely rewarding project which I…

Music Video: Pretty (Director of Photography)

Pretty is a music video I was the camera operator for. I collaborated closely with the director Mary-Jane Brock-Smith. Here I was able to expand on my love for Cinematography and using cameras.

UC Women in Business

A group of University students have started a club to help women in business. Their aim is to create more future entrepreneurs by hosting a range of different events and a mentorship programme.

Healing with hands

A Māori healing clinic at the Tannery in Woolston is open and accessible to everyone in the community.