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.
A highly experienced creative Editor who carved his reputation in Commercials. James has set up in-house facilities within prestigious London Agencies. His experience includes Commercials, Infomercials, Promotional, Corporate and Event films. James became freelance in 2004 and has since worked on many blue chip projects including Hilton, NHS, Omega, HSBC, Guinness, FHM, RBS, Coke, Vauxhall and Lever Bros.
Always in demand, James has an established pool of regular clients who love to work with him. He has a calm, organised and dedicated attitude and is experienced working in a team, on a client-facing one to one or remotely on his laptop.
Paul specialises in Documentary and Factual programmes with dozens of broadcast credits to his name. A very fast and accurate editor, able to work unsupervised as well as part of a team. Paul prides himself on being able to keep cool under pressure.
Paul is a favourite at Windfall Films, Pioneer Productions and Quicksilver to name a few and has worked on numerous projects including: ‘Big Kitchens’ for the Food Network, ‘Strip The City’ for Discovery and numerous ‘Unreported World’ episodes for Channel 4.
Paul has a strong sense of storytelling and has scripted many of the shows he has edited.
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.
Gonçalo is a passionate, multi-skilled, Portuguese designer who is well versed in almost all aspects of design and post-production. Innovative and creative, he loves a challenge and has been working since 2007, earning professional industry experience on a diverse range of projects.
Proficient in Adobe After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Cinema 4D, FCP and Mocha, Gonçalo is very hard working, determined and goal orientated, with exceptional interpersonal skills. What underpins all of his work is an overall passion for design and visual communication. He takes pride in what he does and enjoys pushing himself to achieve great results.
Capable of working in a diverse range of styles, just as comfortable creating high end motion graphics sequences – recent clients Gonçalo has completed work for include AKQA, Havas Worldwide, Hogarth, Craft, Parlourwood and Grey. As well as a dream role at MPC, a client he was determined to work for.
With over 15 years industry experience, Alex’s work has taken him from the deltas of Bangladesh to the delights of Basingstoke.
After cutting his teeth as assistant editor and camera operator, he moved into commercials and has credits across a range of brands including KFC, Bertollo, Morrisons, Garnier and McDonalds.
Alex regularly works as an on-set editor, working closely with clients and agencies to deliver high-quality offline and online edits while under pressurized time constraints.
With skills across a range of software, Alex’s speed is legendary – and backed up with a creative outlook that makes every piece of work stand out.
Stephen is a technically skilled and creative Editor and Director. With extensive experience in both the music and advertising industry, he has developed an overarching understanding of prevailing trends, technology and aesthetics, equally enjoying the challenge of creating ‘pure’ concepts as well as insight-driven creative responses. Stephen possesses an acute knowledge of audience consumption patterns with an active interest in how the landscape is changing, being able to direct and customise content for individual platforms.
Proficient in FCP and Adobe Suite with a wealth of on set, prep and post production experience, Stephen’s work has been nominated for several industry awards and viewed by millions of people across many platforms, both on and off line. His whole career has been centred around video production and moving image design. He has the ability to comfortably and accurately assess a project’s financial and time implications, and tailor the creative side accordingly.
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.
Ben is a fast, organised and creative offline editor, with over 8 years experience in broadcast television. As well as having a solid technical background in Avid Media Composer, he is well versed with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Creative Suite. Ben has a great deal of experience working with motion graphics, visual effects and audio editing techniques within the edit. As well as that, he also has a strong working knowledge of the production process and kit, covering: cameras, sound and lighting.
For 2 years, he ran his own branded content production company, pitching, producing, shooting and editing short videos for a range of clients with deliverables from web to cinema.
Laurens has studied Film and TV Science at the University of Amsterdam where he has also worked for Student TV Amsterdam. He also attended Screenwriting course at the UCLA in Los Angeles. Since completing his studies in 2000 he has been working freelance.
Fluent in both Dutch and English, Laurens has got the refined knowledge of where the ‘cutting edge’ is in any footage, as well as the narrative power. By nature, he is a good listener, helpful, insightful and hardworking and he has broad experience working with multiple creative systems and teams, graphic designers and facility houses.
Proficient on Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere, Laurens has good knowledge of Avid Symphony, AFX, Hal, Flame and Avid DS. He edited on True Blood’s launch campaign for FX, as well as working on TV commercials, trailers, promos, corporate films, short films and documentaries.
Recent clients include Whitecoat, Channel 5, Across the Pond, New Moon, Take 3 Media, The Edge Picture Company, MTV, National Geographic Channel and Pretzel Films.
Sadiki is a freelance Editor from a UK broadcasting background, now working in short form and theatrical editing. Confident using Avid, Adobe CC Suite and Final Cut, he is currently a Promos Editor at PictureBox films with NBC Universal, delivering end to end local language promos in Russian, Romanian and English. Very adaptable in editing and finishing, with an eye for organisation, he is able to work collaboratively, inherit and handover work with ease. Also, he has a capability to maintain and deliver various specs of deliverables correctly to internal operations and external clients.
Ash Jenkins is an editor with passion, drive and an amazing aptitude for creative and thought-provoking storytelling.
During his Film School studies in Wales, Ash spent time in Africa and made films for Amnesty International, ITN and Channel 4 News – documenting themes of war, poverty and struggle. In 2005 Ash began his editing career working with acclaimed British filmmaker Nick Broomfield, on feature documentary and docu-drama, His Big White Self, Ghosts and Battle For Haditha. Nick Broomfield, once commenting for broadcast magazine said, “Ash is incredibly fast with the equipment, he’s the only Editor I’ve ever worked with who can edit as fast as he can think.”
In 2008, Ash established a post-production facility, Roundtable Films where teaming up with leading production companies they made feature documentaries for TV broadcasters and in association with Britdoc Foundation/DocSociety, including; Afghan Star (a music competition and the affect of western programming in an Islamic Republic); Blur: No Distance Left To Run (about the reunion of the Brit-Pop band); Vote Afghanistan!; Albino United and Me And Me Dad (a biopic/family drama on John Boorman).
More recently through his company Remote Post Limited, with its head office in London and regional office in Nairobi Kenya, Ash has provided both Production and Post-Production solutions; to many of East Africa’s leading brands, including East Africa Breweries, Safaricom, Kenya Commercial Bank, Chase Bank, Kenya Tourism Board, Global Economic Summit, Fresh and Philips; and to production companies creating TV content for international broadcasters and distributors, including Channel 4, Nat Geo, FOX and SONY PICTURES.
Ash continues independently as a freelance Feature Editor, editing feature documentaries and TV documentaries, including; Sir Trevor McDonald on Martin Luther King, Royal Doc ‘The Queen’, Royal Doc ‘Prince Philip’, Silas (a feature documentary about Liberia’s corrupt leadership), Madina’s Dream (about the lives of the rebels fighting for freedom in the Nuba Mountains), Mugabe: Hero or Villain.
Ash with his drive and passion towards thought-provoking storytelling, loves to work with old colleagues and create new colleagues, on occasion mentoring the pre-production stages of projects to help bring projects to fruition.
David is a creative Editor with a highly tuned sense of storytelling and rhythm, He has a wealth of experience across many genres including factual documentary, drama, comedy and sport.
A member of The Guild of British Film & Television Editors, two of David’s documentaries have been BAFTA and RTS Shortlisted and he was on the RTS judging panel for the craft awards in drama editing. David has also won The Creative Excellence Award at the U.S Film festival two years running.
David is a strong team player who loves collaboration and has a great sense of humour and friendly manner. Clients include BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky, and Discovery.
Having worked in the broadcast industry for over 10 years, Greg has built a breadth of knowledge and experience across a range of sectors, delivering creative visuals and insightful responses to briefs.
Greg began his post production career as an editor and has expanded his skillset to include visual effects. He feels most at home putting together films in Premiere or Avid, enhancing them with VFX from After Effects and C4D. In his spare time he also enjoys working on personal projects: most recently animating a monster to star alongside Dexter Fletcher in the short film ‘Little Monsters’.
Having worked in a variety of enviroments, he’s used to taking rushes through the entire Post Production process himself, including grade and sound mix to a broadcast standard. His credits include: BBCs Watchdog, Andrew Marr’s History of the World, Bang Goes the Theory and he once single-handedly cut over 200 individual idents for ITVs coverage of the FA Cup!
Greg has the demeanour and experience to cope with high pressure post-production enviroments. He’s friendly, hard working, and was once described as ‘calm, efficient and utterly unphased’ whilst working on Andrew Marr’s History of The World. In fact, Jeremy Kyle once offered to be his referee, but he has yet to take him up on the offer.
Karin is a Premiere editor with over 10 years of experience working in the broadcast and advertising sectors both in Sydney and London. Over the course of her career, she has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from commercials and online content to documentaries, hype reels, corporate videos and reality TV.
Her speciality is storytelling, finding the best possible story in a mountain of rushes, and she is comfortable doing this on my own, or in collaboration with a director/producer. She also is proficient with After Effects and has worked on a wide range of graphic based projects in recent years.
Previous clients include Hogarth, Hive, Pulse, Milkmoney, Greenpeace and Redbull.