Ben King

Editor, Post-Production Specialist, Designer & Geek

Ben started out as a freelance Graphic Designer but went on to study Design for Film and Television and because of his studies, he became more involved with motion media and spent the next 21 years as an TV & Film editor (offline & online) and motion & graphics designer.

He has worked on thousands of projects - covering every genre; directing, editing, digital FX compositing and graphics. His vast knowledge of graphics has enabled him to produce media across the entire spectrum from print to Web/Multimedia to TV and Film.

In recent years he has worked on several TV series such as The Great British Bake Off (BBC), Wild Case Files (National Geographic), Classic Car Rescue (Discovery HD), How to take Stunning Pictures (Channel Five), Fake or Fortune (BBC), Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers (BBC), When Romeo Met Juliet (BBC), Grime Scene Investigation (BBC), When Love Comes to Town (BBC), Help Me Anthea, I'm Infested! (BBC) and Oz & James's Big Wine Adventure (BBC) to name but a few. Ben also has been the main development editor at BBC Bristol winning commissions for many new TV series.

He has also edited a multitude of other projects including TV adverts, music videos and designed and produced animations for bands such as Second Person and Bim.

He was both Editor and Head of Post Production for our first feature "City Rats" and has been hard at work on our other projects to help bring them to the screen.

Ben's talents don't stop there. He is also a Moderator for one of the largest and most respected Creative Media User Groups; the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group or LACPUG and also is part of the team who run the CPUG SuperMeets which are attended by thousands of Filmmakers from around the world.