Creative student Sander Saar has put together a prize-winning video promoting the Gateway Library on the High Wycombe Campus.
The talented student, who studies BA (Hons) Business and Digital Media, created the short video to showcase what the library has to offer.
The competition was part of this year’s Enterprise Festival and Sander, from Tallinn, Estonia, won £300 and said he was ‘very proud’ to win.
His film shows all four floors of the library, as well as various study spaces and computer facilities, and was shot using techniques including slide dolly and time lapse.
Students had been set a brief to come up with an engaging, enthusiastic, exciting and dynamic video guide to the Gateway Library and Sander’s video will be shown on Bucks New University’s YouTube channel and website.
Sander said: “For me, the video is about illustrating how special and interesting the library is and inspiring people to use the facilities. I think the video gives a good all-round impression of the University, highlighting plenty of aspects visitors may not pick up on.
“I hope the video will be well received. I have come to Bucks from a different country and gained a lot of information about the University through film and video so I hope that my work will give potential students a good feel about what it would be like to study here.”
Ursula Crow, Library Services Manager, said Sander’s film was ‘vibrant, dynamic and engaging’ and had impressed the competition’s judging panel.
She added: “It will definitely appeal to our target audience of new students. Sander has done a fantastic job and created a production which we feel really shows what we have available to benefit students in the library and drives to the essence of what we are all about.”
Pictured: Student Sander Saar receives his prize from Library Assistant David Taplin
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