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New faces at Purpose Media

Posted onPosted on 15th Jun

Thomas Liddle and Callum Alton are the latest new recruits at full service marketing agency Purpose Media, which is based in South Normanton.

The duo are joining the award-winning agency in roles as a videographer and digital account manager.

Thomas, of Mansfield Woodhouse, has a first class honours degree in film production having previously been a freelancer, working with various production companies nationwide. His experience includes on-site filming, video editing, and project development from pre-production all the way through to post-production.

Commenting on his new role, Thomas, who enjoys writing and producing music in his spare time, said: “I am looking forward to working with other members of the video team. Being a freelancer has allowed me to experience a variety of different work cultures but I’ve never been able to fully develop as part of a constant wider team. By joining Purpose Media I will be truly allowed to immerse myself into a consistent collaborative environment where I can really feel like part of the team.”

Meanwhile, Callum, who holds several marketing and Google accredited certifications joins as digital account manager, having previously worked at another local marketing agency and an apprenticeship provider. He was also a EEF Young Photographer Finalist in 2017.

He added: “I chose to join Purpose Media as they’re incredibly well established within the industry and the local area. Already having six years of agency experience meant that I knew what to expect within an agency environment, and PM is the perfect place for me to not only develop my personal and professional skills in digital marketing, but also aid in the development of the digital side of the business.”

Callum has a keen interest in motorsports and cars, more-so old Japanese cars and is hugely into metal/heavy hardcore music, gaming and Batman.  He recently completed ‘The Mighty Hike’ for Macmillan last year in the Lake District, with plans of repeating the same again in 2022.