David A. Editor (offline).
David has been editing for over 15 years. Cutting a large and varied selection of popular formats and subject matters across all major UK terrestrial and Satellite channels. He is a strong storyteller and has edit producer credits on US Network CBS. Namely “The Triumph Games” 4x 60mins Documentaries. He is quick, creative and always keen to take the lead on a project whist equally at home working in a larger team.
He produces, directs, and shoots training/promotional films for corporate clients and is very familiar with Go-pros.
When David is not working or chasing his daughter around he is a member of and competes for the Great Britain IPSC Pistol team. He is also a lifeguard, Padi rescue diver and a pilot having been trained by the RAF many moons ago.
4 x 60’ Series Producer: James Donkin, Edit Producer: Rea Menzies Gogglebox - Fox - ITV
1 x 60’ PD: Paul O’Conner, Executive Producer: Ann Ross Renegade / BBC America (Offline Editor)
2 x 30’ Director: Anthony Barwell, Executive Producer: Mike Warner, Jess Wilkins Firecracker Films - Nat Geo (Offline Editor)
22 x 30’ Executive Producer: Steven Kemp, Series Producer: Richard Stansfield Wag TV - Discovery USA (Offline Editor)
Producer: Nicola Pointer Fresh One Productions - Channel 4 (Offline Editor)
3 x 45’ Edit Producer: Mandy Sherwood, Series Editor: Michelle Heeley Boundless Media - BBC 1 (Offline Editor)
2 x 60’ Edit Producer: Jenny Freilich Reef TV - Channel 4 (Offline Editor)
3 x 60’ Series Producer: Jon Stephens, Executive Producer: Martin Durkin Wag TV - Discovery UK (Offline Editor)
6 x 60’ Series Producer: John Widdup, Executive Producer: Matt Gorden Flame TV - Discovery UK (Senior Editor)
2 x 60’ Series Producer: Rachel Pratt, Executive Producer: Tom Garland Reef TV - Channel 4 (Offline Editor)
6 x 60’ Exec Producer: Matt Young, Series
Director: Colin Lennox
Spungold TV / Channel 5. (Finishing Editor / Offline Editor)
5 x 60’ Executive Producer: Matt Gorden Flame TV - BBC TV (Offline Editor)
6 x 60’ Executive Producer: Fenton Bailey, Series Producer: Margaret Meenaghan, Director: Bob Mersden World of Wonder - Discovery UK (Senior Editor)
2 x 60’ Executive Producer: Sarah Caplin, Series Producer: Kate Jackson ITV Productions Living TV (Offline Editor)
4 x 60’ Sports obs doc following ten military
veterans as they battle their way through ten challenges at The West Point
Military Academy for a 50,000 dollar prize and the title of 2016 Triumph Games
ITN / CBS (Edit Producer / Editor)
3 x 60’ Executive Producer: Steve Warr, Series Producer: John Everett. Raw Cut TV / Channel 5 (Offline Editor)
Director: Sebastian Smith, Producer: Simon Mills Raw TV - History Channel (Offline Editor)
2 x 60’ Series Producer: Sue Learoyd Pioneer TV - BBC (Offline Editor)
1 x 60’ Series Producer: Director: Mark Bridge Pioneer TV - Channel 4 (Offline Editor)
1 x 60’ Producer/Director: Chris Len Wall To Wall - Discovery US (Offline Editor)
Motion Picture - Executive Producer: Sebastien Smith Menam Films - Liongate (Film Editor)
3 x 30’ Travelling across the globe this
programme takes in the sights of some of the most complicated demolition
projects from all over the world.
Insider TV / Middlechild Productions (Offline Editor)
1 x 60’ Executive Producer: Cate Hall, Edit Executive: Dan Gold. Wall To Wall / Channel 4 (Offline Editor)
David A.'s Software Skills
David is a highly experienced Avid Offline Editor.
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.