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I am a London-based film and television editor, cutting features, high-end episodic drama and short form.


Having trained at Bournemouth Film School, I began my career working in visual effects at Industrial Light & Magic and Lucasfilm, before moving into editorial where I assisted established editors on productions for Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, Amazon, Amblin, StudioCanal, Working Title, Heyday Films, LuckyChap and Aardman.


Subsequently, I assembled two debut features for editor George Cragg - Savanah Leaf's Earth Mama (A24, Film4), which premiered at Sundance, competed at BFI London, and won the BIFA for Best Debut Director and BAFTA for Outstanding Debut, and Christopher Andrews’s Bring Them Down (MUBI).

My first feature as editor, Atomen - directed by Kate Cragg and shot by Daniel Landin BSC - premiered at Sofia, and my first episode of high-end television - the penultimate in Beta Film's miniseries Estonia, for director Måns Månsson - premiered at Toronto (TIFF). Most recently I cut the second episode of Ronan Bennett’s series adaptation of The Day of the Jackal, directed by Brian Kirk for Carnival Films, NBCUniversal, Sky and Peacock.


Short films I have edited have screened and competed at Academy Award, BAFTA and BIFA qualifying festivals including BFI London, Chicago, Rhode Island, LA Shorts, HollyShorts, Encounters, Aesthetica and Underwire.


I have edited in foreign languages including German, Spanish, Swedish, Finnish, Estonian, Ukrainian and Irish. ​


I am an associate member of the British Film Editors, a BAFTA Connect member, and a BAFTA Crew alumnus.


I am always looking to build relationships with new collaborators and am open to all types of projects.


Narrative: United Talent

UK/EU: Hannah Phillips

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