Clear Cut Pictures has hired Online Editor Jamie Home.

Home started at Evolutions as a runner, before rising through the ranks to become an editor, where he has been working on programmes for all major programme makers for nearly ten years. His credits include ‘Japan: Earths Enchanted Islands’ for BBC Natural History Unit, ‘Inside the Factory’ for Voltage TV, ‘24 Hours in Police Custody’ for The Garden, ‘Animal Fight Night’ for Arrow Media and ‘Watchdog’ for BBC Two.

Home said: ‘I am so thrilled to be joining Clear Cut Pictures and I’m really looking forward to working with the team on all the exciting upcoming projects.’

Rowan Bray, MD said: ‘Jamie is a great addition to our fantastic editing team. Our editors are truly passionate about their work and Jamie has amazing experience, both technically and creatively, to offer.  We have some brilliant work lined up for him!’

Shows recently post produced at Clear Cut Pictures include Louis Theroux Altered States: Take My Baby (BBC Studios for BBC Two); Faking It: Tears of a Crime (Shearwater Media/Investigation Discovery); How to Spend It Well at Christmas with Phillip Schofield (RDF Television/ITV); Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain (Transparent TV/Channel 5); Egyptian Tomb Hunting with Tony Robinson (Blakeway Productions/Channel 5); Saudi’s Crown Prince on Trial (BBC Arabic/BBC World); 999: On The Frontline (Curve Media /More 4).

Staff Reporter

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