Video Editor with freelance experience with fashion films, social media video content and also longer form projects. I'm a fast learner, in previous jobs I have had the ability to pick up new skills quickly even whilst working in high pressure environments. I am equally comfortable working with others and independently. Experienced in working with and developing working relationships with a variety of departments within production and post-production. I have experience working with Adobe Creative Cloud (including Premiere Pro and After Effects), DaVinci Resolve and Avid. Camera Equipment Experience: Arri Alexa Series, Black Magic Cameras, Sony FS7, Arri SR2 Super 16mm and Canon DSLR series. Lighting Equipment Experience: Arri Tungsten and HMI series, Arri Skypanels, Astera Lighting, Source 4s, Profoto Lighting, Broncolor Lighting, Kino Flo, LiteGear, Joker Bug and Briese series 44 through to 330. Relevant Links: https://www.asff.co.uk/plymouth-college-art-no-house-style/
- Elements of the Frame - Short FilmSuper 16mm short film - A meditative contemplation of environment and composition. This was my final project on my BA Film degree at Plymouth College of Art. I wanted to draw comparisons between where I had grown up, where I was heading after education and how to convey this within the cinematography and editing.
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MFA Craft EditingRavensbourne University London
- London, United Kingdom
After working in the lighting side of the film industry, I came to the realisation that editing was what I was more interested in and the work side of it fitted better with my lifestyle choices and the flexibility of the work was very appealing. I decided to do a master's degree, to become better acquainted with editing as a whole and to help me find more confidence in my abilities. During my time there, I spent a lot of time editing together pieces of a documentary feature film. Due to documentaries often incorporating a variety of other genres and emotions into each project, this was a very effective way of coming to terms with various techniques. I find that after doing this course, I am much more confident, as well as very aware of each decision I make within an edit, rather than just trying to cut a project together in a way that emulates films I have previously seen. I feel that with the ability to follow more conscious decision-making, I can produce more unique work, rather than just repeating the same techniques over and over.
BA FilmPlymouth College of Art
- Plymouth, United Kingdom
During my BA Film degree, I gained experience within various aspects of filmmaking. My primary experience was within cinematography and editing. I also gained experience working with Super 16mm film whilst making my graduate project, 'Elements of the Frame'. I gained key personal skills of working within groups, whilst also being capable of working alone or even leading groups in projects. These could be in studio environments or on location in a variety of conditions and differing levels of pressure.