I am a London based editor with more than ten years experience editing factual and drama.
Among my latest credits is the film installation Vertigo Sea directed by John Akomfrah that premiered at the Venice Biennale, and shows now in major contemporary museums across Britain.
I graduated in 2008 from the National Film and Television School where I attended the MA in film editing. Since then I have been working as an editor on a wide range of projects. Some have won multiple awards including the Talent Dove at Leipzig film festival, Royal Television Society Student Award and broadcasted on Channel 4, ITV and The Guardian.
During my time at the NFTS, I won a Kodak Student Award two years in a row for directing and for my cinematography. Furthermore I also co-directed and edited the feature documentary film The Valley of the Jato that received a BBC fund and won the Best Documentary Award at Rome Independent Film Festival.
As an editor my strengths are concept and storytelling, as a person I am calm under pressure and dedicated.
I speak fluent English, Spanish, Italian and conversational French.