A unique breed of editors.
We believe post-production should move as fast as our industry changes.
That’s why we create a bespoke experience from start to finish, wherever you need it. Whether it’s at your office, on location, or in an edit suite – whatever works better for you, works best for us.
Our agility is grounded in the talent and technical capabilities that come with years of working in-house.
We’re a close-knit creative team, and the love for our craft shows in the work we do. From commercials to feature films, we handle projects of all scopes and sizes.
Arlinda Craven is always ahead of the curve. With Flock, she saw an exciting opportunity to develop a different model of offline editing and loved the challenge of building something new.
With a rich background in advertising and post-production, she brings years of industry insight from her time at the APA and her experience working as a producer at a VFX post-production house.
Alexandra WoodAlexandra Wood has worked at some of the best offline editing houses in London. Her extensive experience spans UK and international commercials, film trailers, music promos, and digital content. Her keen creative eye brings out the beauty in any project, no matter the subject or genre – as does her talent for crafting nuances in story and tone.
Elodie FouqueauElodie Fouqueau has a strong sense of adventure. A born and bred Parisian, she spent nine years in Melbourne, Australia, before heading to London to further her career. Elodie embodies a unique blend of editing finesse, creativity, and patience – qualities that have led her to work with award-winning directors across the UK, Europe, and Australia. She has over ten years' experience working on commercials, music promos, digital content, and documentaries. She loves to collaborate and is always looking for exciting creative talent to work with.
Jamie KatakyJamie Kataky spent years learning the ropes from the best in the business before studying an MA in editing at the National Film and Television School. He now works across commercials, drama and documentary; drawing on broad experience to adapt a specialist approach to each edit. Never afraid of a creative challenge, Jamie is drawn to narrative and structural problem solving.
Matt BradyMatt Brady has a decade's worth of experience in advertising, working with the best post houses in London on award-winning projects over a variety of genres. With a broad technical skillset and a logical approach to problem solving, he has a knack for tackling projects with inventive flair.
Olly StothertOlly Stothert has considerable experience in cutting both commercials and feature-length films. He’s enjoyed great success at film festivals in Europe and around the world, notably for his feature 'My Pure Land’ which gained critical acclaim as the UK’s 2018 Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film. Olly has always been a firm believer in fostering a professional but fun working environment. His incredible work ethic and passion for storytelling know no bounds when it comes to genre or format.
Paul ResonPaul is a Londoner who grew up in Brighton; the music and football cultures in both cities helped to shape the record collector / fantasy football geek he has become today!
With over a decade of experience working with top advertising agencies and high-profile clients. He specialises in commercials, content, short documentaries, sports and music.
Paco SweetmanPaco Sweetman began his career in music videos and EPK's for most of the major record labels in the UK. Branching out into commercials and branded documentaries his work has covered a variety of topics. He has also accrued many credits of narrative work including 8 feature films across documentary and fiction as editor, most notably his film 'County Lines' that was screened at the BFI London Film Festival.
Suga SuppiahSuga loves the challenge of telling stories in all genres and lengths, from commercials, documentaries, features to editorial pieces and thrives in the collaborative nature of editing.
Since moving to London, she has been selected as 1 of 20 for Women in Film and Television UK’s Mentoring Program 2020.
Zoé DesgraupesZoé Desgraupes started her career in TV broadcast after graduating with a Master of Arts in cinema and media from Paris. After moving to London, she shifted her focus to short-form content, where she floated between live action and animated videos. Zoé has lent her unique mix of editing and animation skills to everything from short films and trailers to corporate brand films, commercials, and art films. She is also a talented musician, and her music often inspires new ideas and creativity in her film editing.