Doors opened for Nathan Cannon when he enrolled on a 2-year Level 3 BTEC course in Creative Media Production…

As well as being a founding member and station manager of JAMM Radio, the College-based station which went on to get a digital broadcasting licence, he also set up a video company, aptly-named Shot by Cannon. 

He was even awarded a £4,000 bursary to help him on his way, enabling him to buy a lot of the equipment he needs. 

“I came here not really knowing what I wanted to do afterwards, but as a result of the course, I gained an interest in filming, photography and editing, then I had the idea of starting my own business and got a lot of support from the College’s Centre for Entrepreneurship”, he said. 

Nathan, who’s also a swing singer in his spare time, says he’d certainly recommend Highbury College:  “The facilities here are more professional than other colleges in the area and the lecturers are very good”, he added.