I studied at Central Saint Martins in London and graduated in 2011 with a Masters in Performance Design and Practice. I have worked in the area of post-production and film since graduating, and have spent the last 3 years working on a freelance basis as a Film Editor and 2D Animator, based in London. Armed with my Canon 700D I also make a very practical Preditor - working from conception to completion of any given project.
A creative agency and video production company creating award winning content for brands, broadcast and corporate industries. I have edited for clients such as Engage Productions and LG.
Filming and editing for Razor’s clients including a major drinks company and a global food distributors. I shoot and edit consumer feedback to present to clients as part of the debrief. These videos help Razor’s clients make informed decisions on their brand and marketing techniques.
Elbow work to: design, produce and install audio visual (AV) content, including the creation of software. I joined the Elbow team as an in-house Project Assistant and Researcher, although my main focus was within the areas of editing and production. Since April 2013 I have continued to work as a freelance video editor for Elbow, and I am currently editing 2.5D animated images for the upcoming Wing exhibition in London - documenting the experience of pilots during the Battle of Britain.
I worked as a Preditor for BBC Three: shooting, directing and editing to create a short film, promoting BBC Three's move to online. This was presented by the market research team to BBC's clients and also uploaded to the BBCs online blog.
I was hired by E;bow Productions as Primary Editor for the Introductory AV, which is now projected into a the main hall at Bletchley Visitor Center. I also edited a number of smaller animations on show in this permanent exhibition.
Life and Death in Pompeii: I worked for Elbow Productions as assistant video editor for the Life and Death in Pompeii exhibition. Elbow created the introductory AV which was seen by over 500k people during its run.
I edited nine online films documenting the London Requiem, this was part of the BBC’s Space Project . I worked closely with Benjamin Till - the producer and composer of The London Requiem.
During my full-time employment at Elbow as Production Assistant, I assisted in editing and shooting content for The Shard Viewing Gallery. Assisting with the editing of the graphic panels and editing 4k film footage for EVENT. Overseeing freelancers and day to day admin involved in the coordination of the project.
THE ART FUND awarded the William Morris Gallery with this prize in 2013. I was heavily involved in the audio-visual elements of the museum, working for Elbow Productions. http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/get_involved/art-fund-prize-for-museum-of-the-year-2013