My work has won an International Emmy, a Rose d'Or, and a National Film Award. I have edited prime time documentaries for all the major UK broadcasters, as well as BBC comedies, and two feature films.

 

I have also directed five documentaries, most recently The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story for ABC.

I started in the business with a directing internship on a Sir Richard Attenborough film. I then joined Oscar-winner Kevin Brownlow's company, working on his 2000 restoration of the legendary masterpiece Napoleon (1927). I went on to become his editor and co-director.

At the same time I edited (cutting on film) the independent feature film Emotional Backgammon, which had a theatrical release and won three awards.

I created and teach the rig editing workshop at the National Film and Television School both as part of the Directing TV Entertainment MA, and also as part of the Film Editing MA.