Some of the products were produced by participants as a result of workshops Liz ran or supported - these can be navigated using the Participatory tag.
Video produced by Liz for Manchester Girl Geeks to promote their Tea Parties.
More info can be found at http://manchester.girlgeekdinners.com/
Music "Philly Run" by B-Ju on a Creative Commons Licence.
You can also check out the setup process time-lapse video...
Check out the video Liz did for the BECTU Young Members Forum, after their recent trip to Philadelphia to visit the IATSE Young Workers Conference in September 2012.
The video showcases the best of the tweets, photos and comments from the two day event in Philadelphia.
Liz was honoured to have gone to represent BECTU, (the broadcast, entertainment, cinematography and television union) and brought many inspiration and ideas back to the UK.
A visual take on a cold and snowy winter. Used for a Christmas e-card.
Filmed and edited by Liz Hardwick.
The music backing is licenced under Creative Commons via www.freesound.org
Previously posted on bahalf of the Abandon Normal Devices Festival in Manchester 2010.
Liz shot and edited the video with a 24 hour turn-around time.
Watch where the group went and what images and audio they found with Rob Ray, in this video.
The original blog can be found at http://andfestival.posterous.com/spelunk-the-forest where there were links posted to lower quality videos hosted on youtube.
You can find a copy of the blog post below.
Spelunk The Forest!
This promo was produced with a group of young people between 16-18 years old who were off to Austria to meet some new friends on an exchange. This video was produced for the hosting nation to show them what living in Preston and volunteering at Preston's Community Radio Station, was all about.
Liz helped co-ordinate the filming and edited the promo, assisting the Community Involvement Worker in producing the graphics and style, to produce a final dvd the group could take on their adventure.
This promotional video was produced on behalf of the Community Media Association from various sources of previously produced content by community media organisations.
This video was used to introduce the Community Media Association’s conference in 2009 to highlight the great stories coming out of community media, before prompting a debate and comments session.
The content copyright is held with the individual organisations and companies.
Liz was responsible for the editing, segue graphics and post production.
At 9:23 you can find the Preston FM, North West segment.