Freelance Motion graphics and editing expert! Assist creative director, setup of lighting and camera compositions. Proficient with video editing, video production, and video post-production, visual effects, photo editing and storyboarding. The goal is to create dynamic motion pictures for everyone to see, worldwide. Shape the moving picture content in the direction where the story is very clearly expressed.

Considering the story and conflict to make use of different types of cuts that are available, and use them to create meaning that helps a storyline. By thinking about that, different types of cutting styles, edit types, transitions, and research why each one is important, it does have a lot to do with to learn to cut, cut, cut.

Here’s how to explore a style of editing, my ideas for the storyboard showreel short, to cut in motion graphics transitions, and the possibility for titles and scene structure, rhythm, pacing.

For more information on storytelling, pacing and transitions, please refer to my Showreel page. I am mostly interested in content related to media production and post-production from ideas to the technical development, styles and implementation of visual workflow tasks and workflow forms.

Do The Work …

Watch my Demo Reel on Vimeo.

Tools & Resources

Proficient with Avid Media Composer, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Media Encoder, and Illustrator, Photoshop.


The Academy Awards, 2018 Oscar …

Production and Editing
  • Script Supervisor
  • Production Assistant
  • Video Editing
  • Visual Effects
  • Colour Grading
  • Title Design
  • Sound Editing
Video from YouTube

Video showreel on YouTube, to showcase film editing work, color grading, motion graphics, concept and storyboarding, transitions, title effects.

Background information

Insights on Film Editing

Working with raw footage is not something simple, not an automatic process as many think, because pacing is the most important editing philosophy. Editing is about to find motivation for the cuts. Fox pointed out that, “every edit has to have a purpose, and it has to forward the story.”

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