My work has won an International Emmy, a Rose d'Or, a National Film Award and a Rondo Hatton 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 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 as part of the Film Editing MA, and am a visiting tutor there.