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I had the pleasure of working with Sarah for the TEDxCoventry event. Sarah was a pleasure to work with, she put me completely at ease and I forgot she was there! The final edit was exceptional, I’ve received compliments and queries regarding her role in the event and am thrilled to have had such professional filming services to capture the day. Thank you Sarah!”


I just wanted to thank Sarah for her work filming and editing content produced at the Wikimedia in Education UK Summit we hosted at the Lab in late Feb. I have heard nice comments from external people on the two keynotes that have been already released.”



BBC Three
Coventry University
ES Media
Thingamabob Films
Coventry City Council
NHS Coventry and Warwickshire


Sarah produced this shortlisting film to showcase the GameChangers’ story and passions to better learning innovations.

GameChangers was awarded GOLD for the most successfully furthering scientific, humanistic and critical theoretical understanding of learning, engaging in the design and implementation of learning innovations, and consequently improving instructional methodologies.


A nonofficial video about Volvo’s Cars & Safety history. This video demonstrates the level of high-quality video editing Sarah Andrews produces.
Using an intimate home video style, filmmaker Sarah presents a portrait of her close friend, who has autism.
Frustrated by the pace of change for women despite Male Allies, conscious of the scale of #MeToo, mindful of the male suicide epidemic and factoring in the future of automation, Hannah ties her passion for education and authenticity to flip the feminist conversation. How can women help men?
Virtual Escape Room (aka VERs) is a new initiative that was co-piloted alongside with Faculty of Health and Life Sciences’ Sports and Exercise team and Disruptive Media Learning Lab’s Game Changers.
The first ever festival to celebrate Coventry’s older residents, featuring exercise classes, dance workshops, expert talks and discussions and supported by WMAHSN, took place in October 2017.
A children’s book illustrator excessively relives moments of his past life through his drawings but struggles with the daunting reality he’s been left in.
In the talk, Mary explains how dementia can affect people’s ability to perceive aspects of the environment and will introduce the audience to basic dementia-friendly design principles that they can take home and carry out in their day-to-day lives.
One of the first of these is the teaser trailer for the Virtual Escape Room ‘Fast Fashion’ created by partners from Coventry University.
An overall showreel of previous work Sarah had solely created or collaborated on up until 2018.