Feature Film Success

I'm very pleased to say several of the features I have edited are seeing great success firstly "By Any Means' which is now available on Amazon Prime has picked up 5 awards so far including:

- Best Film - European Cinematography Awards

- Best International Film - Polish International Film Festival

- Best Film - Wexford Film Festival

- Best Actress - Wexford Film Festival

- Jury Prize Winner - The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards


Following on from this success another feature i edited "Where The Skin Lies" has successfully screened at several festivals including Frightfest and most recently the Southend-On-Sea festival and as a result has been picked up for distribution has just sold to it's first terriories in America.


I'm also very proud to say that the feature documentary I edited "A Piece Of The Rock" which is about road traffic accidents in Bermuda has been released online and is making real changes to how traffic enforcement is handled in Bermuda most recently inspiring a "drive for change" campaign which was featured in the "Royal Gazette" newpaper to help tackle this troubling epidemic. It is now available for all to watch on youtube.


Lastly my short film "Surgery" after a very succesful festival run picking up multiple awards has been taken on by Crypt TV and is available to view on both their facebook page and youtube channel. We have just hit 2 million views and I couldn't be happier with the response we've been recieving from everyone who has seen it thus far.







New Feature Film "Where The Skin Lies"

I'm very pleased to announce the new horror film "Where The Skin Lies" directed by Michael Boucherie a new and upcoming talent has just released it's first trailer. Be sure to check it out below along with the website:






I've had an extremely busy but very rewarding month. First off i've been editing 12 short films with the student directors at Drama Centre London which is to help prepare them for their final projects. The exercise involves taking scenes from movies and television scenes which they then direct their own interpretation of and the end product which I edit is a nice showcase 5 minute scene. One of such films can be viewed below:

SHAME - Directed by Haytham Fathy


If this wasn't keeping me busy enough I also took on editing three more short films at the same time for the "Screen Your Story" competition. This is a wonderful event where they get children from all different age groups to write a script and the 5 which are voted to be the best get turned into professional films. I was very lucky to be a part of this and got to work with the three very brillian directors "John Irvin", "Ben Cavey" & "Denis Moriarty".

The event is judged by Jack Whitehall, Alistair McGowan, Ade Adepitan, Jill Green, Patricia Hodge, Michael Morpurgo, Mark Ellis, Chris Riddell, Sir Tim Rice, Sarah Sands, Ben Cavey & Jane Horrocks. The Gala was a wonderful success and I was very pleased to find out all three of my films had been voted 1st, 2nd & 3rd out of the 5 films.



I am very excited to announce that I have been editing a new feature film for Triventure Films called "By An Means". It's being directed by the very talented Leighton Spence (Sherlock, Pride) and stars Brooke Burfitt & Thomas Gibson

We have now picture locked the edit and I am currently handing over to the other post production departments. Keep an eye out for this when it comes out it's definitely not one to be missed!



Surgery at Film Expo South


I had a great time at "Film Expo South" last week. "Surgery" went down a storm and it was fun to be able to introduce the film and give the audience a chance to prepare for what was about to come. Other highlights of the day included seeing Graham Humpherys talk about poster design in which he used our poster for "Surgery" as an example for the impact an illustrated poster can have for your film as opposed to going the photoshop route.

I also had the pleasure of attending a talk about Sales & Distribution which was most enlightening and will definitely serve us well when it comes to getting our feature film "The Still" up and running. The panel discussion involved Steve Rogers (Premiere Pictures), Mark Vennis (Moviehouse Entertainment) & Michael Ryan (GFM Films). Michael interestingly enough I discovered had worked with my dad back in the day on "The Avengers" and it was a pleasure to be able to talk to him after his talk and learn more about his experience with my dad.