Elkie McCrimmon BA Production Arts

Elkie McCrimmon

Elkie McCrimmon

BA Production Arts

Currently a Prop Making Trainee at Pinewood Studios, Elkie is a Filmmaker hellbent on creating a machine to body swap with Michelle Gondry. She has Production Designed for Channel 4’s ‘Random Acts’, BBC ‘New Creatives’ and BFI ‘Network Shorts’ where she has been able to explore her interest in the manipulation of mise-en-scène to create work with a distinct visual style.

BOVTS credits

Co-Designer and Creator ‘Portalloo’ stop motion animation

Animator ‘To provide all people’ livestream

Camera Operator on the short films Dreamers, Bookclub, Otis and Eunice and livestreams North of Providence and Delores, (Bristol Arts Channel) Hedda (Bristol Old Vic) and Pericles (The Redgrave).

Head of Camera Far From the Madding Crowd (The Redgrave)

Construction manager North of Providence and Delores (Bristol Arts Channel)

Construction Assistant Her Naked Skin, The Laramie Project and Far from the Madding Crowd.

AV Operator The Laramie Project

Props Assistant on Caucasian Chalk Circle (Tobacco Factory Theatres), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Part One and Two (Bristol Old Vic) and Let the Right One In (Circomedia) and ‘The West Country Tours’


Wounds, BBC New Creatives

Production Design 

A poetic dance film that explores the journey of a survivor experiencing domestic emotional abuse.

Ruby Red, Artist Project

Costume Design 

Collaboration with Costume Maker Jasmine Baron and Artist Ruby Ward.

Pickney, BFI Network shorts

Production Design 

A teenager learns that identity is more than skin deep.

I’m constantly delighted by the talent, commitment and drive of our students. Their curiosity and joy in the work gives us all energy and keeps me on my toes! My goal is to ensure that their voices serve their acting - both in theatre and recorded media. They need to be able to project, learn accents, respond to a wide variety of texts and have a voice that is healthy and be able to sustain long tours and tough filming schedules. This involves them working extremely hard – but having fun as well. When the new students see the final year students in production for the first time I know they’ll come into class the next day fully understanding the high standard they’re working to achieve. Carol Fairlamb, Head of Voice