When a film career is inspired by chef Jamie

Penwortham lad Anthony Camm is no expert in the kitchen, but he wants to follow in the footsteps of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

The former Hutton Grammar School pupil's line of work is not into 'pukka' cuisine, but it is in helping other people into work and boosting his own business in the process.

He has set up ACC Media which makes films for the likes of Manchester Airport and Lancashire County Council.

The company offers students at the University of Central Lancashire the chance to work for him as part of their studies.

The 22-year-old, who now lives on Strand Road, Preston, said: "It is like Jamie Oliver's restaurants, he gives students work experience, you know how he has their pictures on the wall to say 'this is our student, he used to do this and now he does this', I would like to do the same.

"We have created a module which students can pick and come and work with us as part of their degree, that way they can come out with some work experience on their CV."

He has already produced a training video shown to staff at Manchester Airport and a DVD showing the work the county council's fostering department does and has his sights on other contracts in the near future.

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