Ross McClure

Freelance Director & Editor

London, United Kingdom
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About me

Ross McClure is a London based writer, director and editor who specialises in creating exciting, punchy narratives for the digital era. Originally from Northern Ireland—and brought up on a diet of '90s action movies and 8-bit video games—Ross loves to inject every project with the same boundless energy and sense of wonder which inspired him to pick up a camera in the first place. His clients include Amazon, British Airways, Cats Protection, Costa Coffee, Ellesse, Maker Studios, L'Oréal, Peugeot, Sony and many more.

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  • Directing
  • Editing
  • Shooting
  • Writing
  • Acting
  • Producing
  • Creative Producing
  • Content Producing
  • Animation

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

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      • Media Production
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      Personal Project

      • The Telegraph

        The Telegraph

        • Publishing

      Work history




      Jun 2013
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • I am a London based director, producer and writer. My experience extends across a variety of digital video formats, genres and styles. With a background in camerawork and editing, I am technically minded and have a strong editorial head. Comfortable managing a team of creatives or working solo on a project, I like to make colourful, fun and engaging work that makes people smile. Always up for a chat too so do get in touch if you want to talk further! :)



      May 2012 - Jun 2013
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Full Time
      • Self-shooting director and editor working across an online video magazine,, and the in-house branded entertainment agency, Cult Global. Working closely with a team of videographers and journalists nationally and internationally on editorial content and commercial projects for clients such as Hennessy, Oxford Analytica, De Beers and Jaeger Le Coultre.



      BA (Hons) Film Studies

      Cumbria Institute of the Arts

      Sep 2003 - Jun 2006
      • Carlisle, United Kingdom