One of the benefits of editing is getting to work on a wide variety of subject matter. Often in areas I have little knowledge of. This isn't as big a disadvantage as you think. As an editor my job is to be the audience. A surrogate audience, so to speak. If I am entertained and informed by the film and its unfamiliar subject matter, then the audience will be as well. 

The video below was made to promote the Wellcome Trust Image Award. An award to celebrate the very best in scientific and clinical photography. As part of the tour of the exhibition it was installed at the Science and Industry Museum, Manchester.

As with all the pieces I cut, offline and online, the key is to make an engaging, broadcast quality film that meets the needs of the client and brings new knowledge to an audience in an inclusive and creative way.

The documentary flavoured film was shot on a mixture of Canon 5D Mark II and BMPCC. I offline edited in Avid, did the basic motion graphics in Apple Motion and then graded the piece in Davinci Resolve Studio.

I hope you enjoyed this short film and should you wish to contact me for editing work please don't hesitate to use the contact section in the left hand margin or call me on 07807 526 691. If you prefer email, my address is andyswarbrickeditor@gmail.com


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