- Thursday, Mar. 16, 2017
Editor Julia Knight has joined Work Editorial which will handle her across all three of its offices--in London, New York ad Los Angeles. Knights career has been built on storytelling across all genres, honed during stints at Speade, Trim, and Cut + Run.
Knight’s extensive reel has earned recognition from British Arrows, Clios, London International Awards, Creative Circle and APA - for work such as "The $#*! Kids Say" for NSPCC. Other commercial credits include Guinness, Axe, Samsung, BMW and Thomson with directors such as BAFTA award-winning Amanda Boyle, Nabil, Scott Lyon, Georgi Banks-Davies and Jake Nava. Knight also edited a film by "Project Everyone" for United Nations, a not for profit agency established by Richard Curtis to champion sustainable development and climate change.
Collaborations with some of the music industry’s leading directors include Daniel Wolfe, Tim Pope and Shynola have led to videos for FKA Twigs, James Blake, Beyoncé, Alt-J and Coldplay. Picking up UKMVA and NME Awards, Knight was also involved in “50 Years of British Music Video 1965-2015” – a two year project with a panel of industry creatives to advise on the conservation of selected videos for BFI’s National Film Archive. Her Arctic Monkeys “Arabella” is included for “most ground breaking or influential editing in a UK video during the last 50 years.”