Here are the interviews with each interviewee and how they went.
Filming- Interview with Chloe Bastow- Clinique ManagerFor this interview we filmed Chloe in her own hope so we had to make sure we could still capture the mise-en- scene of Clinique. We did this by putting Clinique products in the frame and having Chloe in her work uniform. We had to use the lights to adjust the room so it was well lit to give the feel of a Clinique shop. The first time we filmed her though the camera was looking down on her when it should have been looking up at her as she is an authoritive figure. The second time we went we used the same mise-en-scene and lighting and positions the camera lower so it was looking up at her. This interview was a success and used in our documentary. We were also able to film Chloe Bastow working at Clinique for cutaways.
Questions for Chloe Bastow1. How long have you worked at Clinique for?2. How did you first get into make-up?3. What training did you have to do for this job?4. What are your daily duties at Clinique?5. What is your favourite piece of makeup from Clinique? Why would you recommend this?6. When are the main times you wear makeup?7. Why do you wear make-up?8. What makes the quality of Clinique better?9. Have you dealt with customers who have had a bad reaction due to make-up?10. What identity do you feel Clinique gives your customers?11. Do you feel your identity changes when you wear make-up?12. What is your personal opinion on male make-up?
Filming- Interview with Stephanie Wier- Makeup ArtistWhen filming Stephanie we had the interview in her house so we had to create the mise-en-scene ourselves. She allowed us to use her makeup she used and we placed this on the table next to her to create the mise-en-scene. We also used some of her portfolio pictures to create the mise-en-scene. This interview was successful the first time and we were able to use the footage as the camera work was good, the background and mise-en-scene were successful and we got some good answered from the questions we had asked.
Questions for Stephanie Wier1. How long have you been a make-up artist for?2. How did you first get into make-up?3. What training did you have to do for this job?4. What are your daily duties as a freelance make-up artist?5. What made you become a freelance make-up artist rather than work in a commercial store?6. What interesting experiences have you had since working as a free lance artist?7. What are the best parts of your job?8. What style of make-up do you enjoy doing the most?9. What make-up do you use on your clients and why?10. Why do you wear make-up personally?11. What piece of makeup could you not live without and why?12. Do you feel your identity changes when you wear make-up?13. What is your personal opinion on male make-up?
Filming- Interview with Hannah Jones- Aspiring Makeup ArtistFilming Hannah Jones was in her house also so we had to make our own mise-en-scene. This interview went well as the camera work was good as well as the lighting we felt, but we did not include this interview in our documentary as there were no relevant answers which we could fit in with the structure of our documentary.
Questions for Hannah Jones1. What inspired you to first get into make-up?2. What are you currently studying to become a make-up artist?3. What future training will you have to do in the future?4. What is your dream job and why?5. What is your favourite style of make-up to do and why?6. How do you feel make-up changes people’s identities?7. How do you feel when you put make-up on?8. What is your personal opinion on make-up?9. What is your favourite piece of make-up and why?10. What is your favourite brand of make-up and why is this better than others?11. Have you had any interesting experiences whilst working with make-up?12. Who do you aspire to be like?13. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Filming- Interview with Jake Lasnier- Male Makeup WearerThis was an interview which we were really glad to get because we were able to have a males opinion on the male makeup side of our documentary which also worked really well within our documentary structure. The lighting and camera work went really well. If we were to do it again we would have added more to the mise-en-scene but we were unable to get a second interview on time for our deadline so we had to use the footage we had which still had some really good opinions on our topic, which we used over 3 times in our documentary.
Questions for Jake Lasnier1. How long have you been wearing makeup for?2. What type of make-up and brand of make-up do you wear? (if any)3. Why do you wear this brand? (if applicable)4. What style of make-up do you enjoy doing the most?5. Why do you wear make-up personally?6. What piece of makeup could you not live without and why?7. Do you feel your identity changes when you wear make- up?8. What is your personal opinion on male make-up?
Filming- Interview with Elaine Smith- Skin SpecialistThis was an interview which went really well as every aspect went well. The lighting was really good and we were able to film in her place of work which already had a really good mise-en-scene. She was sat down on a chair so you could see all of the products they use in the shop which made the frame look really good. The questions we asked gave us lots of really good answers from Elaine as she expanded on them lots and gave use lots of good footage to use in our documentary and radio trailer.
Questions for Elaine Smith1. How long have you been working at The Beauty Spot for?2. What type of make-up and brand of make-up do you wear? (if any)3. Why do you wear this brand? (if applicable)4. What inspired you to start working in this field?5. What training did you have to do for your job?6. What are your daily duties at The Beauty Spot?7. What skin conditions can result due to using make-up?8. What is the most serious skin condition you have come across due to make-up?9. From a professional perspective, how can wearing make-up impact the quality of your skin?10. How can make-up affect the ageing of skin?11. What is your personal opinion on male make-up?12. Do you feel your identity changes when you wear make-up?
Filming- Interview with Addie Jones- Makeup Consultant at The Body ShopWe have been to Liverpool three times previously before we got our final interview as there were lots of miscommunication errors. The final time we filmed it though we got a really good interview with lots of good answers. The lighting was quite dark as we were in the stock room for the interview so we had to use our lights to brighten it up. We were also able to get lots of good cutaways of the shop inside and out which we used.
Questions for Addie Jones1. How long have you worked in the Body Shop for?2. What inspired you to work here?3. What training did you have to do for your job?4. What are your daily duties at the Body Shop?5. What are the Body Shops views on animal testing?6. What is your favourite piece of make-up from the Body Shop? And why would you recommend it?7. Which natural ingredients are included in your products? How does this differ from other brands?8. Does the Body Shop provide any professional services to analyse people’s skins care in the shop?9. What recent campaigns has the body shop held?10. What identity do you feel Body Shop make-up gives your costumers?11. Do you feel your identity changes when you wear make-up?12. How can make-up affect aging of the skin?13. What is your personal opinion on male make-up?
Filming- Vox PoxWe filmed ourVoxPox twice. Our first attempt was on an awkward part of the high street which meant that the framing was not quite right and before we could amend this we had to leave due to bad weather. The second time we relocated the position of our camera so that it was in a better part of the street with a good background where we had our interviewees in a centre frame mid close up shot. We used some of the good shots from our first attempt as well as the shots from our second attempt.The question we asked was:What is your favorite type of makeup?