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Biggin Hill student behind the lens for Sky Sports

PUBLISHED: 16:27 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:55 24 January 2013

Andrew Cochrane, 22, in action behind the camera.

Andrew Cochrane, 22, in action behind the camera.

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A former Biggin Hill school student is experiencing life through a lens filming for Sky Sports at a host of the country’s football grounds.

Andrew Cochrane, 22, of Mount Pleasant, now films football legends such as Tony Cottee and Chris Kamara as they give match updates alongside studying for his Film and TV Production degree at Buckingham New University.

The former Charles Darwin pupil said: “So far I’ve visited the likes of Southampton and West Ham United. Literally anything can happen in football which is why it’s so exciting and is the area I want to concentrate on when I graduate.”

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