Jonny Elwyn is a freelance film editor and writer, living and working in London, UK.
As a freelance film editor he works for a diverse range of clients, handling everything from on-set rushes and offline editorial through to the final sound mix and colour grade.
He is also the author of How To Be A Freelance Creative, a deeply practical guide to building a successful freelance career.
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Jonny Elwyn is a freelance film editor and writer. My website address is: https://jonnyelwyn.co.uk.
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