Jordan is a short-form specialist whom Blueberry has represented for more than a decade. Clients value his speed, creativity, and confidence with music; across a diverse range of media, he continues to regularly inspire glowing recommendations and repeat bookings.
Despite starting out in feature documentaries, and then spending a few years editing TV, Jordan now most enjoys delivering for social platforms, and is often employed to make a big impression on short attention spans.
A highly creative individual, Jonathan is a talented polymath whose skills include directing, motion graphic design, editing, colour grading and VFX. Experienced in managing large teams, he excels in a challenging, fast paced environment. Jonathan also has an impressive technical background with Adobe creative suite, Avid, Final Cut Pro and FCPX, all to a very high standard.
A dynamic and imaginative individual, he is continually creating stylish, innovative and visually striking pieces. He is diligent and meticulous and has very high personal quality standards for the work that he produces for high end clients all around the world. Among others, he has worked: on a ‘Peroni’ cinema advert for The Bank, music videos for Bow Records/Modular Records, McDonalds commercials, short promos for Tesco, L’Oreal and Maybelline and documentaries for a wide range of clients.
Liron is a London based motion designer and visual artist who has studied Visual Communications at H.I.T, Israel and Communication Art and Design at the Royal College of Art. Upon graduating from the RCA she was awarded a residency as a digital artist at EPFL+ECAL Lab in Switzerland.
Liron is extremely passionate about her craft and is able to balance her creative ideas with logical thinking and problem solving to deliver a beautiful final product. She has worked on diverse projects that include motion graphics, animation, as well as network branding and fashion photography productions. Clients include The BBC, Channel 4, Ron Arad Associates, Universal Music and many more.
She has also exhibited and featured in publications such as Motionographer, IDn Magazine, Computer Arts Magazine, Adobe Design Achievement Awards, International Woman’s Film Festival and many more.
Originally from Colombia, Juan has over a decade of experience in TV, films, corporate and documentaries as self-shooter, director and editor. With a degree in Film and Television, his career started with the dream of being a director and he had the amazing opportunity to produce and direct a documentary about the indigenous Tikuna people in the Amazon.
Skilled in Final cut 7 and X (all suite), Adobe Premiere CC, After FX (basic), Photoshop – he has more recently focused on working in corporate and documentaries alongside blue chip companies. His work experiences have boosted his creativity, having been able to shoot in a huge variety of locations, from the Amazon Rain Forest to an air-traffic control tower at a London airport. With the freedom of filming and editing his own content, Juan can offer a unique perspective that stands out and captures the attention of viewers.
He was Assistant Director on award winning documentary ‘The Origin of the Tikuna People’ which was recognised at an international level, and he directed social awareness commercials broadcasted on national television and nominated for national awards in Colombia. Recent clients include In the Dark Productions, Airview Group (Colombia), London Stansted, The Sun News paper, Diaego and Philips.
Scott is an accomplished off and online broadcast editor and edit producer, working with international broadcasters and production companies since 2005. He has cut documentary, cultural, factual, sport and current affairs TV and is happy to work independently or in collaboration, contributing to the development of formats and storytelling. He also has an extensive experience cutting promos, music videos & high-end advertising for global brands.
Scott has also produced and directed a number of performance, motion graphics, documentary films and has worked alongside theatre companies and artists, to create compelling and innovative work.
Proficient in using AVID MC6, FCP7, Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Apple Color, Scott can work on site or at his fully equipped studio / edit suite based in Brick Lane, Shoreditch. He is also a senior partner in GlobeStream Training, having written and taught professional film editing courses to hundreds of students over the past nine years.
Derek has created content as an animator, director, editor and motion graphics designer for advertising, theatre and music video. He has worked on campaigns for Apple, Duracell, New Look, Google and Philips to mention a few.
As well as his work in advertising Derek has also worked extensively in theatre as a member of London based Theatre Company ‘1927’. Derek’s role in the company is as a stop motion animator and AE compositor working alongside the companies Co-Founder Paul Barritt. Derek has worked on all three of the company’s shows, which have all gone on to tour internationally, receiving rave reviews worldwide.
In 2015 Derek and Paul collaborated on ‘The Krazy Kat Projekt’ with Germany’s ‘Ensemble Musikfabrik’. The pair created a series of 13 animations that were accompanied by the beautiful compositions of David Lang and Oscar Bettison. Derek also works as an educator in FE teaching students stop-motion animation and motion graphics.
Jonathan is an editor and filmmaker with a background in sound editing and photography. He started his career editing sound and working on critically acclaimed shows and films such as ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ and ‘Band of Brothers’ then progressed on to cutting news, docs and interviews for CNN, Al Jazeera and CNBC. He particularly enjoys putting a story together in the cutting room – letting interviews, archive film and audio, stills and music tell the story.
Skilled in Adobe Premiere, Avid and Final Cut, he always keeps up with new technology and methods – recently he is particularly excited about Apple’s FCPX and the new way it approaches editing, letting the user build databases and paper edits all within one system.
Working in sound has informed his development as a picture editor – he learned what sound can achieve subconsciously, and how powerful dialogue can be when used sparingly. Clients include CNBC, MPC, Al Jazeera, CNN, BBC News, Bloomberg, BskyB, Skywalker Sound, Harper Collins, T.M.Lewin, De Lane Lea, Fox TV, Médecins Sans Frontières and the Press Association.
Roop loves being on a project from start to finish. He is a creative polymath who our clients rely upon again and again. He is multifaceted in that he can produce, shoot, direct, edit, vfx supervise, motion design and grade. He has great management skills and is capable of working independently or heading up and organising large projects. His credits contain short films, music videos, commercials, corporate, documentary, children’s TV, current affairs and factual entertainment.
Roop has a thoughtful demeanour and delivers beautiful work.
Jay has been working as freelance producer and director since 2016. Previous to this he was a video producer at BrightTALK Studios for 4 years, where he collaborated with key clients such as Barclays, Tesco, HSBC, Legal & General and Vanguard, creating videos and rich media content to help them achieve their marketing goals.
Extremely motivated and with a passion for video and for pushing the boundaries of what it can achieve, Jay enjoys working as part of a successful team, combining a highly professional and collaborative approach to achieve excellent results and quality output. Beyond commercial projects, he has also worked on a wide range of video and animation projects and has produced award-winning short films, such as Touched (2014) and Incognito (2015).
A problem solver who thrives on challenges, he employs a unique way of approaching projects to ensure that the end result is interesting and engaging. Recent clients include Dell, McAfee, Old Mutual, Wardour, AIC, Old Mutual Global Investors, J.P Morgan, Schroders, Fidelity and Aberdeen.
With over 15 years working in the industry, mainly as an editor, Tim is a highly experienced and creative filmmaker who has progressively expanded his focus into writing, shooting and directing.
Proficient in Adobe Premiere and conversant with Adobe After Effects, he has cut anything: from television commercials and broadcast programmes to film trailers, promos and branded content documentaries. His extensive experience also encompasses directing and supervising teams of editors and animators on a variety of projects.
Recent clients include CNN, BBC Worldwide, The Edge Picture Company, Imagination, Discovery, Merchant Cantos, Quite Frankly Productions, Sunset & Vine.
Outside the cutting room, Tim has written and co-directed several projects such as tourism campaign “Live, Love, Lebanon”, scripted and edited a segment of Channel 5’s “The Classic Car Show” and wrote for CNN’s colourful online mini-documentary platform “Great Big Story”.
He is also a highly accomplished stills photographer and is currently shooting the pilot for a comedy series he has created in collaboration with a long-time colleague, plus he has two more personal film projects in the works.
Patrick is an award winning editor, creating commercials and branded content for agencies and broadcasters alike. Patrick has directed short films as well as campaigns. Employing an intuitive approach to each project his style is dynamic, rhythmic and fun.
Patrick’s clients include; Netflix, Skoda, Maynards, Hewlett-Packard, DHL, BBC, Channel 4, NBC Universal, Coca-Cola, William Hill, IKEA and Barclays.
Daniel is an award-winning filmmaker whose first short was long-listed for a BAFTA and whose recent feature debut ‘Chasing Robert Barker’ won an award at The National Film Awards for Best Drama. He also played a crucial role in the launch of Current TV in the UK as one of the main content producers.
His ability to craft beautifully told narratives and his sound understanding of what makes content powerful have turned him into a favourite among advertising agencies like Publicis, broadcasters like CNN, corporates like Merchant Cantos and online content producers like Across The Pond.
A native Portuguese speaker, Daniel is skilled in Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Media 100, Adobe After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premier, Combustion, Motion. Recent Clients include Vice UK LTD, Merchant Cantos, CNN, Across the Pond Productions, The Edge Picture Company, VCCP London, Passion Pictures.
After starting his career as an actor, Phillip has transitioned behind the camera, working primarily as an editor but also producing, directing and operating cameras. His work has been screened across the world and he has won multiple awards for short films through Fyrian Films.
He is also an award-winning playwright who has produced touring theatre productions, two London shows including “Matthew Kelly’s run in The Seagull” and radio plays, and he has worked on TV and web series that have been sold internationally. His accolades include being on the Jury and selection committee at Toronto and Raindance Film Festivals.
Skilled in Premiere CC, Final Cut Pro, After FX – Phillip is well versed, among other things, in transcribing and subtitling videos and in full Youtube certification for video optimisation. Recent clients include Microsoft, Nestle, Unilever, Raindance, National Wild-Life Trust and Desperados.
Originally from Peru, Cristina is a bilingual Director, Camera Operator and Editor, now residing in London. Extremely creative and with an incredible eye, Cristina is able to capture magical moments and construct compelling narratives.
She has worked for a number of years at the prestigious Cine 70 Films in Peru, editing national and international TV commercials for creative agencies such as Leo Burnett, McCann Erickson and Ogilvy and brands like Coca-Cola, Gatorade, Telefónica, Nescafé and BCP Bank.
Proficient in Final Cut Pro 7 & X, Adobe Premiere – her most notable work as a director is a compelling documentary series of 16 films, shot for the charity Amantani UK, titled ‘Meet My World’. These ‘how-to’ films enable a group of indigenous children living in the Andes of Peru to share skills learnt from their family, which they wish to pass onto future generations. Such skills include fishing with bare hands and using vegetables to dye fabric. The films are quite beautiful, they’ve been showcased in cinemas around the world and have a celebrity backing. The children wrote the scripts themselves and Cristina worked tirelessly to help them achieve their vision and more.
Currently working on several promotional films and documentaries for UK and US based companies, Cristina is definitely one to watch. Recent clients include The Hospital Club, NHS, Amantani UK, Ceviche UK, EC Harris.