My work spans Drama, Documentary and The Arts and has won awards across the genres.
I am currently cutting; Earwig - a feature film directed by French auteur Lucile Hadzihalilovic, "David Lynchís closest filmmaking heir"; and the feature doc - F@ck This Job, which traces the last tumultuous decade in Putin's Russia through the fortunes of it's sole surviving independent television channel TVRain. "...a must see... the best documentary film about Russia that I've seen recently."- Sofia Kapkova, Moscow Centre for Documentary Film
I have cut a diverse range of award winning documentary films and have been BAFTA and RTS nominated.
My past drama credits include; Innocence - the critically acclaimed feature film featuring Marion Cotillard, "artistically electrifying... a once-in-a-lifetime piece of cinema." Winner of the Bronze Horse at Stockholm; and Baltimore - directed by Isaac Julien and starring Melvyn Van Peebles, which took the Grand Jury Prize at the Kuntsfilm Biennale.
Recent documentary work includes; Putin: A Russian Spy Story - a three part series examining the Russian President's 20 years in power, for which I received two BAFTA nominations including 'Best Factual Editing'; The feature documentary The Changin' Times of Ike White; Searching for Shergar - Nominated for the Prix Europa 2018; and Derek - a feature documentary with Tilda Swinton, nominated for the 'Grand Jury World Cinema Documentary Prize' at Sundance and winner at Seattle.
Other credits include; AMBER: TALK - a commercial directed by auteur director Lynne Ramsay and featuring Samantha Morton.
I am also the editor of film artist Isaac Julienís multi-screen works. In 2001 the triptych The Long Road to Mazatlan, earned the Artist a Turner Prize nomination and Western Union: Small Boats won the award for most distinguished work at the RA Summer Show in 2017.
More recently we have collaborated on larger installations; most notably the epic nine-screen film Ten Thousand Waves - starring the legendary Chinese actress Maggie Cheung, and acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, "I cannot get this work out of my mind." - Glenn Lowry, MOMA.