Chris T. Editor (Offline / Online), Animator, Compositor, Designer.
Charisma and charm are among the many reasons why clients can’t seem to get enough of him, but he is also dually skilled as an editor and motion graphics artist with a variety of experience ranging from short to long form broadcast.
After moving to London all the way from down under, Chris showed up one day at our office and the very next day became one of our most popular editors. He doesn’t get easily stressed, so he’s always willing to take on any challenge.
Co-Editor - 2 x 52’ documentary The Last Emperor of China, International
A dramatic history of Pu Yi, the last of the Emperors of China, LIC Australia
Editor on seasons 2-5 - 1 x 30’ Adult Variety. The show specializes in reuniting families and loved ones and granting simple wishes to those in need, but over the years has introduced many other segments with a strong sense of history and, of course, helping others - ABC
Offline editor - 1 x 60’ Food critic, Giles Coren goes to America to undertake three extreme diets in the quest for longer life, - BBC
Offline Editor - 6 x 50’ Cameras venture behind the doors of some of Britain's poshest homes to see how the cream of society handle their domestic staff. - Channel 4/Studio Lambert
Editor - 1 x 60’ This film follows the day to day lives of a father and son “Extreme Cleaning” team, watching them tackle some incredible cleaning tasks with often hilarious consequences. - Mike and Muse Productions/SBS
Co-Editor, Titles and Colourist - Feature length rockumentary exploring the disproportionate success of the indie music scene from the most isolated city in the world. Featuring INXS, The Hoodoo Gurus, The Triffids, The Sleepy Jackson, and Tame Impala, WBMC.
Post Supervisor, Assistant Editor and Additional VFX -
A crime thriller set in the 'always on' but socially disaffected world of an elite high school. Starring Adelaide Clemens (Wolverine, The Great Gatsby) and Oliver Ackland (The Proposition) WBMC.
Offline VT’s Editor - 1 x 30’ A 32-part food series from Jamie Oliver’s ‘Fresh One’, Food Junkies cuts straight to the core of London’s food scene. With big flavours, bigger portions & the biggest characters, it’s the ultimate guide to who’s eating what & where. - London Live/Fresh One Productions.
Offline VT’s editor - 1 x 60’ A six-part BBC science series presented by comedian Dara Ó Briain. Each week, the team takes one subject and explores all possible angles, combining it with studio discussions in front of a live audience, films and on the spot reports - BBC2/BBC
Offline Editor - Episodes 7 & 8 - 1 x 30’ An uplifting show in which some of the UK's best-loved celebrities help realise the dreams of the nation's unsung heroes - ID-R Media - Channel 5.
Offline Editor - 1 x 30’ A British television science magazine series with a hands-on approach to test scientific theory and demonstrate how science shapes our world - BBC/BBC 1
1 x 60’, Offline editor
Mary Portas offers an eye-opening look at the shopping trends of 2015, from must-haves to why-did-we-evers, from spiralizers to pastel hair dye and athleisure wear to Prosecco, Channel 4
Editor - 1 x 30’ A show that promotes organic and environmentally friendly ways of gardening. - ABC
1 x 60’, Offline editor, 2 episodes
A new series that examines historical events through the perspective of conspiracy theory.
Offline Editor - 1 x 5’ children’s factual - Curious Cat's science introduces 5 to 8-year-olds to the world of materials science - BBC
26 x 30’ Children’s drama, Colourist and Mastering to HD tape
An Australian series shot entirely on location in and around Broome, Western Australia revolving around a group of children are trapped in a dangerous paradise. - Channel 7
Editor - 1 x 30’ children’s TV
Rollercoaster was a "wrapper" show, aimed at older children and young teenaged audiences. The host, Elliot Spencer was the sole presenter, dressing up as characters for short sketches - ABC
CBBC, 1 x30’, Offline editor, episodes 1 & 5
A spin-off from the main series, The Great British Bake Off where thirty two young bakers tackle a series of baking challenges including the art of baking cakes, biscuits, bread and pastries all competing to be crowned "Junior Bake Off Champion".
26 x 5’ comedy, Colourist and Mastering to tape
Comedy about two flat mates; John Marx and Venus Hoy - SBS
Online & Offline Editor
Online & Offline Editor
Offline & Online Editor
Editor and VFX
Co-Director, Editor, Compositor and Graphics
Online & Offline Editor
Editor, Colour Grade
1’ Editor / FX
1’, Editor & Grade
Offline editor - 1 x 45’ - Reality TV styled news show investigates viewers' reports of problematic experiences with traders, retailers, and other companies around the UK. - BBC
12’ drama $25,000 budget, Winner of best Visual Effects, Original Music Score & Sound Design, 20th W.A. Screen
Awards. Winner of the Jury Award at Rutger Hauer's "I've Seen Films" festival in Milan
'08, with Jury member Ridley Scott writing, "Well shot and conceived. Very clever, creative editing Art direction. The leading man is clearly very talented and inventive."
Editor - 7’ drama, $60,000 budget
Co-Director - 3’drama super8 film - Winner of “Revel8” 2009, Perth Revelation Film Festival
3’ drama - Director, Editor, VFX
1 x 60’ Offline editor ep 2 - Amateur sewers take on challenges as they compete to be named Britain's best home sewer. BBC2
1 x 60’ Offline editor ep 3 & 6 - Amanda Holden hosts the reality series, where she offers support as friends, partners and relations break life-changing news to loved ones before the cameras. UKTV
Chris T.'s Software Skills
Chris is a highly experienced Offline and Online Premiere Editor
Chris is a highly experienced Offline and Online Final Cut Pro 7 Editor
Chris is a highly experienced Offline and Online Avid Editor
Chris is a highly experienced After Effects Animator, Compositor and Designer.
Soho Editors played a massive role in the success of Channel Five's recent postproduction build project.
Soho Editors always provide us with high-calibre, enthusiastic graphic designers - often at extremely short notice.
Ever since I signed for Soho Editors 3 years ago I’ve had nothing but positive things to say about them, from the quality of work that they get me to how the whole team are as people. The team really take care of you, and although it’s a massive agency they really have a personal touch and make you feel comfortable with every aspect of what each job entails.
You also really believe that they care about you individually, I remember telling Emma that I loved Football and the next week she’d got me on a Nike football film which I was buzzing about. I think it’s those personal touches that really make them the best.
I can’t recommend them enough. I hope I’m with them for many years to come.
We’ve been using Soho Editors for a while now, and the change-over to remote work was seamless, very helpful agency and amazing talent, I can only recommend.
We’ve been using Soho Editors for a number of years. Throughout this time, they have always provided excellent talent. Since going remote, they continue to assist us, even at very short notice. Such a friendly and accommodating team!
I became aware of Soho Editors in 2005 when I got my start in Production. They were a favourite then but now in 2020 and especially in these tough times, they have become an industry staple. They seek out to find the best Remote Editors for my briefs. It's always worth getting in touch. With an impressive rosta of veterans and new talent, I’ve never been disappointed.