About

KSSJA Photoing Lambie Productions is a multi-platform content business based in Scotland, specialising in 360 degree production.

Set up in May 2013 by Cameron King and Gillian Lambie, King Lambie has already began producing radio content for the International Radio Festival with more exciting projects in the pipelines. Keep checking the twitter page for live updates on what @King_Lambie is up to and when.

Cameron King (@cameronking):

I am currently a graduate student of the School of Creative & Cultural Industries at University of the West of Scotland and Queen Margaret University.

Being interested in new media, I have sat on the advisory board for Social Media Week Glasgow and been involved with #citizenrelay (Scotland) and #media2012 (UK wide) – both projects which focused around the London 2012 Olympic Games.

As well as my work at King Lambie, I also work as a freelance community media practitioner, teaching radio studies for Healthy N Happy Community Development Trust and their clients. I am also Station Coordinator at youth radio station Bolt FM.

You can visit my website to find out more about my work: www.audio-cam.co.uk

Gillian Lambie (@gillianlambie):

I am half way through a BA(Hons) Multimedia Journalism course at Glasgow Caledonian University and have previously worked with The Northern Scot (Scottish Provincial Press) as well as writing for various online publications.

In June 2012 I took part in a project called #citizenrelay. It was a way to engage with citizen journalism and to collect the stories of different communities and communicate them out to a larger network.

I have been involved with Radio Caley, GCU’s student radio, co-hosting my own show and taking part in the news team. I have also worked on projects at BBC Scotland where I am a freelance content assistant.

My experience has given me an interest in radio, citizen journalism and conversational journalism where social media is key.

You can visit my website to find out more about my work: www.gillianlambie.co.uk

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