Gemma Grange

Gemma Grange

Content Producer

BA (Hons), MA

Gemma is very hands-on when it comes to creating visual content, both for the site and for its social media platforms.

Gemma graduated from Bournemouth University with a BA (Hons) in Scriptwriting for Film and Television, and an MA in Creative Media Arts: Data and Innovation. She joined Patient in 2017 as their Content Producer and now works for blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.

Her skills primarily lie in pre-production but she is also well-versed in post-production software such as Adobe Premier Pro.

Gemma's areas of speciality include multimedia, technology and food. She has a long history in practical production.

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Can you really be fat and fit?
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