I'm fairly certain I've cut over a thousand videos. Here are some of the more recent ones I remember. Reverse chronology, mostly:
a YouTube based choose your own adventure for B/R Football. You're a new player in the Premier League, just don't go doing anything stupid like releasing a pop single.
I led a team live-clipping highlight packages for every match on ITV in a partnership between the broadcaster and Google. These edits were served to anyone searching for any terms relating to the Euro 2106 competition on Google, allowing views to catch up with the game and also link through to the live broadcast on ITV player.
For four years I worked as a post production consultant to ensure the smooth running of the video output for the Television Academy on their event night. This typically includes 6 feeds from around the event on location in LA, outputting to the Emmys website and Youtube channel.
600 students with locked down phones that only record and transmit video to an online hub race across Europe without any money. They collect Red Bull at checkpoints and try to trade it for lifts, food and accommodation over 7 nights, whilst also competing to score more points than all the other teams.
Using drones to access unsafe, derelict structures across the UK this documentary series overlaid audio interviews to reveal the past lives of the spaces.
Operation Ouch! took over Alder Hey Children’s hospital in Liverpool for a 3 hour live broadcast for CBBC. As well as editing VT material showcasing the hospital heroes I created a package on set for a three minute closing highlights package of the show.
7 years of Gold Rush down into an 8 minute recap video ahead of the launch of season 8.