Hui Ting has undertaken several positions within leading media organisations such as the Singapore Press Holdings and The Moving Visuals Co. In NTU, she has organised the Perspectives Film Festival 2014 as a Programmer, and produced a short documentary titled "It’s OK to be who you are". These placements allowed her to develop specific media industry experiences, communication skills and working relationships.
As a Chinese-major graduate from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Hui Ting is also professionally proficient in Mandarin and is able to provide useful insights to the Chinese culture and China matters.
As an inspired media content producer, I hope to make a positive change to the society by creating a work that is able to inspire others. Prior to that, I will like to gain as much knowledge and experiences as possible to prepare myself on achieving my ambition.
• Coordinated with the director and production crew to produce an 8-episode infotainment TV series《致昨日的我》“Note to My Teenage Self” commissioned by Mediacorp Channel U. • Assisted in the production of corporate commercials for Housing and Development Board (HDB) and Unilever Breeze. • Support any production/project undertaken by the Company such as casting, talent and wardrobe coordination; being on location shoots and working closely with the director and team on projects assigned.
• Generated 8 columns of articles such as food, travel, trend, beauty, shopping and giveaway in a 20-page lifestyle editorial section at every weekly issue of《优1周》U-Weekly magazine. • Collaborated with the Advertisement Sales team to handle advertorials as required by the clients.
Perspectives Film Festival 2014: Breakthroughs in Cinema explores the timeless theme of displacement – characters adrift from familiar surroundings, held in contempt by others and exiled to the fringes of society. As they struggle for happiness, acceptance or simply survival, they are forced to resist their displacement, or conform and adapt. Lauded by critics, the seven films in this year’s line- up challenge the audience to confront humanity’s uncomfortable realities.
Perspectives Film Festival is an annual practicum course run by the faculty of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI). Perspectives is organised by undergraduates from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and supported by the Wee Kim Wee Legacy Fund.