Florence is a self-shooter and editor of non-fiction film, specialising in creative documentaries. Working flexibly in a range of styles, from storytelling for artists and creative businesses to intimate social documentaries, she is experienced in approaching each project individually with fresh ideas.
Following an MA in Ethnographic and Documentary Film from UCL, studying with the Open City Docs School in London and undertaking further training in online content from BBC3, she has moved her work to West Cornwall where she works with clients both locally and remotely. Committed to using film as a tool for sharing underrepresented stories and changing the way we see the world, Florence's films have screened in festivals and venues around the UK.
Florence also holds a BA in Music from Durham University, and has completed a short course at the National Film & Television School in sound design which is now becoming another focus of her work. She is a New Creative for the BBC Arts scheme 2019.
Usually working as a solo crew, Florence can tackle projects with an unobtrusive and flexible approach, and oversee films from start to finish. She is fluent on Sony and Canon systems for shooting, and Premiere Pro, Audition and Pro Tools for editing and sound mixing.
For more information about working with Florence do get in touch, and she'll be happy to chat through your ideas.