My work as an editor generally falls into two camps - I'm invested in pursuing a career as a narrative editor, which is to work on scripted productions such as TV drama and film. I've worked in this capacity more and more over the last few years, adding children's dramas and short film credits to my CV, and continually developing my own methodical, fast and instinctive approach to storytelling.
I'm also an experienced online editor; a role that allows me to be part of broad variety of production types, and can cover anything from colour grading to vfx to file-encoding and delivery; essentially, the finishing stages of a post-production workflow.
Free from January 2019
You're only as good as your last job, or so the saying goes. I've been lucky to work on a variety of different types of programming, especially as an online editor. Below are some favourite examples that I've worked on in either capacity.
prod. Emma Bodger, Gert Thomas, exec. Jonathan Phillips
Offline editor | 4×30’ (Series 8 Eps 5-8) | dir. Sean Glynn
Offline editor | 1×30’ (Series 7 Ep18) | dir. Hildegard Ryan
Assistant editor | 17×30’ (Series 7)
Online editor | 60×30’ (Series 4, 5 & 6)
The Dumping Ground is an award-winning CBBC Drama and spin-off to the Tracy Beaker series' that aired many years ago. I've been involved with show for several years, starting off as the onliner in the second half of S4, before moving into the offline for S7 where I assisted and eventually cut my first episode. It's been a privilage to have a great working relationship with this production, one which will hopefully continue into ensuing series of this brilliant show.