I am a multi-skilled film and video editor based in Gravesend, just outside London.
Always looking for the next engaging story to tell, and interesting characters to follow - I strive to push storytelling forward in new ways. I create a wide variety of content - from documentaries, corporate media, feature films shorts and whatever else may come my way. My work has won multiple awards including the Cannes Dolphin and EVCOM.
My love for film and video editing has given me a wide skillset, and I am trained on Avid, Adobe Premiere and Da Vinci Resolve. My pathos is whatever tool is best for the job should be the deciding factor. Along with editing, grading and sound design are just as important to me and I take time and pride to make sure they are also the best they can be.
Before creating Webbed Films, I was Senior Editor at Media Zoo, followed by DRPG. Ranked as Televisual’s top two companies in the corporate video space - this gave me a wealth of experience, along a huge array of film styles and distinct clients. And now more than ever, from creating vast adventure documentaries across the North West Passage to charity films for young people in need, no job is too big or too small.
Today, I still love to team up with production companies in whatever collaboration is necessary to make the best films possible. With this, I am currently also Head of Post with Revelstoke Films - creating exciting content for forward thinking documentaries.
My edit suite is client and producer ready, and my favourite place to be. With 5.1 surround sound, gigabit internet connections, colour accurate displays and a storage server for rushes and work files - I have made my workspace into an epic place to make films, without the loading bars, spinning circles of death and long render times.
Alongside my editing work, I have directed and written several short films under the production banner of Webbed Films. The skills from editing frequently crossover into writing and directing, and I will always speak up to fight for the best way to tell the story. I have been telling stories my whole life, and have been making films since I knew properly what a film was. My love for the medium and the process involved in creating them, only ever increases day by day.