Chivas Ultis

Award nominated advertising campaign for Chivas Ultis, showcasing the fascinating insight of it’s craftsmen.

The British

This is the story of Britain’s journey from Stonehenge through invasion and conquest to become an undisputed superpower in the 19th Century and a defender of freedom in the modern world.
Narrated by Ioan Gruffudd, and told through the eyes of the people involved, it is the story of how this small group of islands came to forge a nation, dominate the globe, and invent the modern world.

(Aired on Sky Atlantic)

Pride Yourself

Part of series of promos celebrating Pride Week for VICELAND TV.

Wicked City

A short trailer Harry edited for Wicked City for ABC Studios.

He was given 12 episodes to cut a short edit from and produce this dramatic trailer for the American TV show based on a pair of romantically-linked serial killers.

Best Rescue, Recording or Interpretation: Adam Sutcliffe-Brown

Darren Andrews recently shot and edited a series of short films for the Historic England Angel Awards, which celebrate people working to preserve their local heritage. In this film, Adam Sutcliffe-Brown who is on the spectrum, has introduced autism-friendly resources, pre-visit videos, and tour modifications to make the Newmans Coffin Work’s Factory Tour accessible to people on the autistic spectrum.

MTV MANUEL CRUZ

Software: AFX
An advertisement for MTV ONLINE promoting Portuguese illustrators.

Editing

PRODUCTION COMPANIES I’ve edited films, commercials and promos for:
Large Blue
The Bank
Mighty Fine Productions
BrightTalk
CitiGroup
Whitecoat
Adjust your Set
The Edge

ADVERTISERS I’ve edited commercials and pitchfilms for:
Pretzel Films/Ogilvy
Sonda Films
C&M Saatchi
Anomaly
Wieden&Kennedy
VCCP

CORPORATE CLIENTS:

BP, Shell, Lloyds, Santander, Eurostar, Skoda, RBS, Deloitte, Orange, T-Mobile

BROADCASTERS I’ve edited TV programmes for:
Reuters
Turner Broadcasting
Manoto TV

The Life and Death of Breck Bednar

The Life and Death of Breck Bednar – BBC3

Rare Day for BBC3 – BBC Learning
The film tells the true story of Breck Bednar, a 14-year-old schoolboy who was lured to his death after being groomed online. The Episodes for BBC Learning were released to draw attention to the dangers other teenagers may face whilst online.

Ep1 – Spotting the signs
Lewis Daynes tried a range of tactics to target Breck, including flattering him about this technical skills and cutting him off from his social group.

Ep2 – Am I safe online?
Having exhausted all other options, Breck’s mum Lorin went to the police with her concerns about Daynes’ behaviour. His friends noticed the signs but couldn’t get through to Breck.

Ep3 – Something doesn’t feel right
Breck’s mother recounts how Daynes took a real hold on their lives by trying to influence family discussions, while his friends felt Breck withdrawing from them.

Executive producers: Peter Dale and Emily Renshaw-Smith
Editor: Rohan Thomas

Proudly Peckham

A short film for Crest Nicholson about Wood’s Road in Peckham. Highlighting the area and what it has to offer.