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Whether its for film or imagery, I love capturing a true pure moment through the lens, and more to the point, even very staged moments, after all, thats media. I use a Nikon DSLR and GoPro Hero/Hero5 Black for all of my projects and I think the next big addition will have to be a drone to finish off the ideal "I'm a filmmaker but get no views" equipment pack.
I spend most of my life on Adobe Premiere Pro (out of choice), whether it be for work or even when I have some free time. I obsess over having the visual control over everything and can edit to the upmost precision. I've previously worked on different projects from Music Video's to TV drama episodes using Premiere and can assure that the sequence timelines looked similarly terrifying.
Precise, accurate sound is just as important as the visuals and I think this often gets overlooked. Sound is so important, especially when composing the perfect ambience. Fine-tuning very fragile sounds and sound effects is one of my favourite things to do towards the end of post production. I'm fairly new to the actual creation of music and don't panic, I do to label myself as an artist in any way, especially when the loops on Logic Pro are doing everything for me. I like to make strange sounding instrumentals but none of them have left my computer and I'm not sure if they ever will.
Following his new #BIEBER2020 trailer announcement teasing an album and tour for his upcoming album, I was asked to create a fan reaction video for Justin’s official YouTube channel. As with many of my projects, this one was given to my with rather short notice, but that pressure is always a thrill when my work goes out into the world.
I headed to YouTube and started collecting many videos of the Beliebers reacting to his new track and began to cut out and piece together the best reactions. I was asked to position and theme the video anyway I want so decided to base this from the official single artwork and the font previously used in the #BIEBER2020 trailer.
This is certainly one of the biggest clients I’ve worked alongside and definitely a benchmark in my video editing career.
As an artist and songwriter, Yungblud lives to stir up the raw energy of rebellion. On his self-titled debut EP, the 19-year-old Northern England native confronts everything from gentrification to disenfranchisement to addiction, turning each track into an infectious anthem that packs endless cathartic power.
With his frenetic take on alt-pop equally inspired by punk, hip-hop, and UK garage, Yungblud makes brilliant use of his breakneck flow and tongue-in-cheek attitude, delivering pointed lyrics without ever getting heavy-handed. “I want my music to always have a message, but I don’t want to preach to anybody,” says Yungblud, otherwise known as Dominic Harrison. “When people preach to me, I completely switch off—like, ‘Why are you trying to tell me to do?’ This music’s just an outburst of emotion and anger, and everything else going on in my head.”
I have been lucky enough to work with Yungblud and his team on quite a few projects, including editing his daily antic while travelling and on tour, attending events such as New York Fashion Week, editing inserts for his Yungblud Show during the COVID-19 lockdown, and my one of my favourite projects I have completed to date - his complete live set at the iconic Brixton Academy in London.
Yungblud's Live at Brixton edit was one of my favourites as I love his music and enjoyed syncing the different camera angles together, the mastered sound and also colour grading the footage to give it his signature green tones. The total amount of footage equated to around 1.5TB which was physically sent over from LA as transferring via the internet would just take too long. I also created a trailer and social media assets to be used for its release.
During the kick off of the 2020 pandemic I was asked to make a home made music video to promo Alesso and Liam's upcoming single 'Midnight'.
The footage for Liam's scenes were shot and sent over to me to structure the video.
They were then later merged with Alesso's live scenes shot in LA and the video was first broadcasted on The Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS.
West Coast Customs is your one stop shop for all your car customization needs. Located in Southern California, the shop houses a veteran team of technicians, fabricators, designers, electricians, painters and so much more. Everyday, the team works towards the goal of creating custom works of art for our clients. You may have seen some of our one-of-a-kind, multi-million-dollar custom car builds on our TV show or in the news but we also specialize in smaller customizations. From wraps to wheels and everything in between.
West Coast Racers is the latest ride added to the Six Flags Magic Mountain park in California and is the world’s first single track quadruple launch racing coaster. CEO Ryan Friedlinghaus and his team were given an area of the park to design their own rollercoaster along with various food and apparel outlets. The ride entrance also features a replica of the West Coast Customs shop back in Burbank to bring the experience full circle. I was asked by Ryan to create an exclusive episode of the
journey from the first meeting all the way through to the opening party of the ride,
showcasing all the research and preparation in between and showing the
immense required tasks given from West Coast Customs and the team at
I was given around 650GB of 4k and 1080p footage which had to be shipped from
LA on a hard drive and placed together into a 30 minute episode
and polished off in time for the opening of the ride.
This episode is unfortunately only available to view while queuing
for the ride at the Six Flags park and cannot be shown here, but
thats once more reason to go and see this ride for yourself.
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Are you stuck at home with nothing to do? Interested in getting your hands a little dirty? But not sure where to start? Well we have the answer here. West Coast Masters is a short formatted content series that gets right to the point! Everyone doesn’t always have the most time to research and trust people on the internet so this is why we created this series to give you a place to find the help you need to get your car running and looking right!
I created 11 episodes for West Coast Customs in total including all kinds of easy to follow tutorials of how to maintain and modify your vehicle from home, of course in respect to the Covid-19 situation.
I was very excited when Ryan asked me to edit the video for Bieber’s new Rolls Royce they had been working years on. The hard drives were dispatched and I got to work immediately.
The prices had been captured from the moment Bieber reached out requesting a vehicle that looks like it would be future-proof for a long, long time. Each stage is shown from concept and the fine craftsmanship. All the way to the big reveal. Having worked alongside Bieber and his team before, it was a pleasure once again to do so.
© All rights go to West Coast Customs. Visit them here.
The paranormal has always had me on the fence and so was thrilled when Elton decided to re-vamp his OVERNIGHT channel. Some of my favourite edits include the iconic Cecil Hotel series (attached) and the UK tour where I got to meet the boys and film with them.
After 5 years of creating content in the paranormal realm at some of the most well known locations around the world, Elton and his team created this channel to fully dedicate it to all things that live in the night. Every video features information resources, historical voiceover pieces, expert mediums and amazing locations.
© All rights go to Elton Castee. Visit him here.
I was lucky to get to work with EA Games in Miami for a collaboration project they did with YouTuber Jake Paul and was in charge of stringing the final outcome together after balancing various requirements between both Jake and EA along with a strict timeline. After multiple versions the final featured a gameplay scene from Team 10 and additionally played an action-filled trailer sequence, shot and edited by the guys at EA which also had to be placed in to the final vlog edit.
Growing up on a PS2 and vividly remembering playing the first Need for Speed: Burnout, which was released in 2001, it was crazy to be working alongside the kings of game publishing at EA.
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content creator/19m subscribers
YouTuber who has earned over 19 million subscribers to his self-titled channel where he posts comedy
sketches, vlogs and songs. Also an actor, he was cast as Dirk on Disney Channel's Bizaardvark, Lance in
the YouTube Red Original Movie Dance Camp, and Dugan in the FOX Digital movie Mono.
I began working with Jake in early 2017 when his channel was at around 6 million subscribers and was
editing his daily vlogs almost every single day for almost 3 years straight, as well as managing his
YouTube account analytics, thumbnails, community posts and other interactions.
All vlog footage was receive every morning and so I had a tight time frame to piece together
and send out a video each day, without it looking rushed or mediocre.
This was a role that required intense commitment, dedication and loyalty in order to progress
in the current industry. It was also the most demanding, fast-paced position I have been
involved in and would say I learnt more about myself, people and the industry in these near-off
3 years then some experience in their entire careers.
Below are some of my favourite pieces I have created for Jake.
© All rights go to Jake Paul. Visit him here.
American TikTok star who primarily posts lip-sync videos to her addisonre account. She has gained over 46 million fans on her TikTok account. In late 2019, she joined Charli D'Amelio, Chase Hudson and other popular TikTok creators in forming the collaborative group The Hype House.
I have had the honour of helping Addison launch her YouTube channel creating a larger presence for her extremely dedicated fans, editing her videos featuring her bed time routine and story time with her parents.
© All rights go to Addison Rae. Visit her here.
Adobe teamed up with Lady Gaga to launch two online creative challenges; the “Chromatica” challenge and the “Rain on Me” challenge where creators from all around the world submitted their designs. They were made using Adobe applications and programs to win 10 thousand dollars or their local currency equivalent and a high-quality print of their design autographed by Lady Gaga.
Using exclusive assets curated by Gaga, the aim was to tap into your imagination and creatively express the unique meaning of Chromatica to you using any of your favourite Adobe creative apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Spark, and more.
You were asked to share your creative design on Instagram or Twitter with #LadyGagaxAdobe, and follow the hashtag to see how other creatives are bringing their inner worlds to life.
I am a 25 year old with a passion for all things media. I have an explosive imagination and wild creativity with diverse interests such as video editing, music production, architecture and design.
Though many loathe the process and existing in dark rooms for long amounts of time, editing is my expertise. I crave discovering new techniques to use within Photoshop, Premiere Pro, InDesign,
After Effects and Audition.
Photo by Stan Gerards.