Nigel Warbrick

Offline Editor

Cheshire

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About the Editor

I have my own home facilities with Avid, & Premiere with 20 TB storage.

 

I am a very experienced Offline Editor, Edit Producer and Coffee enthusiast.

I started my career studying to be a documentary photographer, until I realised that actually I wasn't very good at it!  Luckily I was able to divert my course to television production and I (mostly) haven't looked back.

I work predominantly on factual television, whether that be Documentary, Current Affairs or Specialist factual, and have cut many award winning films, and have won an RTS myself for Editing.  I have worked on productions big and small for all major broadcasters,including  BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, Sky, MTV and Netflix.

Latterly I have also worked as an Edit Producer either 'Prediting' myself or working with other Editors, and have credits for both.

But whatever my role or the genre I'm working in, I always want my work to tell a great story, to be originally structured, and to look spectacular no matter what the budget.

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AWARDS

2019 - Grierson nominated for 'Yorkshire Ripper' Files

2016 - RTS Winner for 'BodyDonors'

2016 - RTS Winner for "The Gift of Life'

2014 - RTS nominated for 'Young, British and Broke' and 'Sacred Wonders of Britain'

2013 - RTS Winner 'Best Current Affairs Documentary' for 'Licence To Kill'

2012 - FPA (Foreign Press Awards) Winner'Best Documentary for 'Escape from the World's...'

2012 - One World Media Award Winnerfor 'Escape from the World's...'

2008 - RTS Winner 'Best Documentary' for 'Family Wanted - Our Forever Family'

2008 - RTS Winner 'Nigel Warbrick - Best Documentary Editor'

2007 - Grierson Winner Best Documentary Series, 'Anatomy of a Crime'

2007 - RTS Winner Best Documentary Series, 'Anatomy of a Crime'

 

Credits

OBSERVATIONAL DOCUMENTARY:  

INSIDE MISSGUIDED: MADE IN MANCHESTER

Pulse Films for Ch4 

Inside the world of a fast fashion brand,where a six pound dress can go from drawing board to customer in two weeks.

2 x 60 as Producer & Editor  (Series Producer: Fay Gibson)

 

AMBULANCE

Dragonfly for BBC1   1 x 60 Mins

Episode of series 4 of the BAFTA winning series.  

1 x 60 as Producer & Editor  (Series Producer: Zoe Callan)

 

WARSHIP:LIFE AT SEA

Artlab Films for Five 

Series that follows the Warship HMS Duncan, as she heads into the Black sea and into confrontation with Russia.

3 x 60 mins  (Exec Producer: Julian Mercer)

 

STACEY DOOLEY INVESTIGATES… HUNGARY’S STOLEN CHILDREN

The Connected Set for BBC

Film exploring whether racism is at the heart of why so many of Hungary's Roma families are separated from their children.

1 x 45Mins for BBC3 / BBC1  (Director: Steph Atkinson)

 

AMERICAN HATE: MUSLIMS UNDER ATTACK

Pulse Films for BBC2    

Film that looks at what the Trump effect has had on Muslims living in Texas, as well as following the militant groups that want to run them out of America.

1 x 60 mins   (Director: Steph Atkinson)

 

YOUR CHILD IN THEIR HANDS

Films of Record for Five 

RTS winning series filmed at Manchester Children’s Hospital

 

BODY DONORS

Daisybeck for Five   

Two award winning films made over eighteen months, following two terminally ill patients as they prepare to donate their bodies to anatomical research institutions.

1 x 60 mins   (Edit Producer: Diane Myers)

 

WINTER ROAD RESCUE

Special Edition Films for CH5

When the roads get Icy and wet it's boom time for the recovery services.

2 x 60 mins   (Editor & Edit Producer)

 

THE GIFT OF LIFE 

True North for Five

RTS award winning three part series which follows the race against time for patients requiring life saving transplant surgery.

1 x 60 mins  (Editor & Edit Producer)   (Exec Producer: Ricardo Pollack)

 

THE CHOIR: NEW MILITARY WIVES

Twenty Twenty for BBC2

As British soldiers prepare to leave Afghanistan for the final time, Gareth Malone once again puts together a choir of military wives to sing at the WW1 memorial prom concert.

1 x 60 mins   (Edit Producer: Lucy Bing)

 

POLICING UNDER PRESSURE

RareDay for BBC2 

Gripping observational Documentary series following South Yorkshire Police as they struggle with complex community problems, from sexual exploitation to racial tensions, all against the backdrop of the biggest cuts in Police history.

3 x 60 mins  (Series Director: Ricardo Pollack    Exec Producer: Peter Dale)

 

TRAUMA: LEVEL ONE

October Films for ITV 1

Comm free observational film following some of the most serious level one Trauma cases at Southampton Hospital.

1 x 60 mins  (Series Director: Jane McGoldrick,   Exec Producer: Denman Rooke)

 

ESCAPE FROM THE WORLDS MOST DANGEROUS PLACE

BBC News & Current Affairs for BBC3 - Film that won multiple awards.

Samira is a model who lives in London but was born in Somalia, a once a beautiful paradise that is now a lawlwess country torn apart by religon and violence.  She left age three but is now retracing her footsteps to rediscover if her heritage can teach her anything about her western life.

1 x 60 Mins  (Director: Steph Atkinson    Exec Producer: Rob Unsworth)

 

THE LONG ROAD TO TRIPOLI

Moonbeam Films for Aljazeera

A film following a group of successful UK based Libyan businessmen, who sacrifice their comfortable lives to return home to lead the revolution against dictator Colonel Gadaffi.  

1 x 60 Mins   (Director: Anne Reevell)

 

THE ZOO

Wild Pictures for ITV 1 

Observational and sometimes quirky series that looks at life and death in London Zoo.

2 x 60 Minutes   (Director: Nick Mattingly, Series Producer: Richard Denton, Exec Producer: Paul Hamann)    

 

CHILDRENS HOSPITAL

Maverick Television for ITV 1       

Series, which explores human stories of courage and inspiration, as well as a few cut heads, at the new Manchester Children’s Hospital, the biggest hospital of it’s kind in the country.

12 x 30 Minutes,  (Series Director: Nick Mattingly)

 

WHEN A MOTHERS LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH

Scarlet Television for BBC1

Rosa Monkton, was best friends with the late Princess Diana, but she is also the mother of a disabled child.  In this film she explores the growing number of other parents who are in a similar position but find it impossible to cope with their child.

1 x 60 Minutes   (Director: Steph Atkinson)

 

ANATOMY OF A CRIME  

BBC Bristol for BBC 2

Grierson and RTS award winning series with amazing Police access, with each programme following one crime from the 999 call to prosecution. 

3 x 60 Minutes   (Director: Steph Atkinson, Executive Producer: Julian Mercer)

 

FAMILY WANTED

BBC Birmingham for BBC1            

Series of observational life stories of the highs and lows of people who have all chosen to adopt Children. 

3 x 30 Minutes     (Executive Producer: Bill Lyons)

 

SILVERVILLE

BBC Bristol for BBC1

Silverville explores the lives and loves of some of the elderly residents in a new retirement village in Milton Keynes.

6 x 30 Minutes   (Director: Steph Atkinson,  Executive Producer: Julian Mercer)

 

ONE LIFE  - DANCING ON WHEELS

Tiger Aspect for BBC1       

In the wheelchair dancing championships, two teams from England and Scotland, are determined to win.

1 x 40 Minutes,  (Director: Benetta Adamson, Exec Producer: Paul Sommers)

 

 

 

 

DOCUMENTARY:  

 

THE MURDER OF CHARLENE DOWNES

Vice Studios for Ch5 

Gripping three part 'Box set' series on the tragic and incredible story of Blackpool teenager Charleen Downes.

Edit Producer   (Series Director: Steph Atkinson    Exec producer: Yonni Usiskin)

 

THE SCHOOL THAT GOT TEENS READING

BBC Scotland for BBC1

Film that follows comedian Javone Prince as he explores why he struggled with reading at school and discovers why so many other kids stop when they get to secondary school. 

 

ROSS KEMP: EXTREME WORLD

Freshwater Films for SKY 1   

Ross explores whether Donald Trump's wall can stop the thousands of illegal South American migrants taking dangerous routes through the desert trying to start a new life in the USA.

 

BEATRIX POTTER: WITH PATRICIA ROUTLEDGE

Daisybeck Studios for Channel 4   

As an unpublished story is released for the first time, actress Patricia Routledge takes us through the life and times of the famed children's author.

1 x 60 mins   (Edit Producer: Diane Myers)

 

THE YORKSHIRE VET

Daisybeck Studios for Ch5

Episodes of the succesful real life 'All Creatures Great & Small' series.

As Editor & Edit Producer.

 

HOW SAFE ARE MY DRUGS?

BBC News & Current Affairs for BBC3 

Radio 1 DJ B-Traits takes a look at exactly what the effects and dangers of drugs both legal and illegal.

1 x 60 mins

 

THIS WORLD: AMERICA’S STONED KIDS

BBC News & Current Affairs for BBC2

Colarado has just voted to legalise Marijuana for those over 21, but it’s the kids who are affected the most with state schools being over run with stoned kids.

1 x 60 mins   (PD: Chris Alcock          Exec: Sam Bagnall)

 

AFGHANISTAN: THE UNKNOWN COUNTRY

BBC News & Current Affairs for BBC1

BBC Correspondent Lyse Doucet takes a journey to the Afghanistan behind the headlines.  She sees a country of ancient cultures and traditions, and meets a people desperate for a new beginning after thirty years of war.

1 x 60 mins   (Director: Chris Alcock,    Exec Producer: Darren Kemp)

 

REAL CRIME – SHARON BESHENIVSKY

True North for ITV 1

Real Crime unpicks the murder of WPC Sharon Beshenivsky in Bradford in 2005, and the hunt for the killers that stretched to the remote plains of Somalia.

1 x 60 Minutes       (Producer: Sarah Hay, Exec producer: Andrew Sheldon)

 

STRICTLY COURTROOM

BBC Bristol for BBC4

Feature length documentary, telling the story of the depiction of the courtroom drama as played out on the big screen.

1 x 90 mins     (Director: Georgina Harvey, Executive Producer: Michael Poole)

 

 

NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS:  

PANORAMA: JERUSALEM-THE END OF THE LINE?

Wish/Art for BBC 1

Jewish film maker Adam Wishart goes to Jerusalem to ride the new Tram network that was supposed to bring the city together, but instead sits at the heart of the Israeli and Palestinian conflict.

1 x 30 mins   (PD: Adam Wishart   Exec: Julian Mercer)

 

LICENCE TO KILL?

BBC News & Current Affairs for BBC 3

With one in five young people having an accident within six months of passing their driving test, this observational film looks at what is going wrong with how young people learn to drive.  

Winner of RTS award Best Current Affairs Documentary

1 x 60 mins   (PD: Steph Atkinson   Exec: Rob Unsworth)

 

DISPATCHES:  HOW SAFE IS YOUR MONEY?

Nine Lives Media for Channel 4    

Online fraud has increased massively, so much so that some Banks have decided that they are no longer going to automatically pay out, leaving genuine victims massively out of pocket.

1 x 30 mins   (PD: Jane Drinkwater,  Execs: Mike Lewis & Steve Boulton)

 

TONIGHT – Various films

ITV x 30 mins  (Exec:  Alex gardiner)

 

STAG WEEKENDS: THE DIRTY SECRETS

BBC Northern Ireland for BBC3

Reporter Simon Boazman investigates European stag parties and the sex tourism that leads him to the criminal gangs supplying brothels and clubs with trafficked women.

1 x 60 mins  (Executive Producer: Darren Kemp)

 

A DANGEROUS PLACE TO MEET MY FAMILY

BBC Northern Ireland for BBC3

What happens when a sex mad 21 year old from Crewe visits religously conservative Yemen, his mother’s birthplace, and one of the most dangerous places on earth?

 

 

SPECIALIST FACTUAL:  

BABIES

Nutopia for Netflix

Blockbuster twelve part series that looks in forensic but fascinating detail at the science behind a child’s development.

1 x 60 mins  (Edit producer: Alicky Sussmann,  Exec Producers: Sara Brailsford & Fiona Caldwell)

 

YORKSHIRE RIPPER FILES

Wall to Wall for BBC4 

Three part series that re-examines the terrifying 1970's murders through the prism of the 21st century.

60 mins   (Dir: Liza Williams,   Execs: Nancy Bornat & Leanne Klein)

 

SMART CHINA: CHINA’S START UP REVOLUTION

Meridian Line Films for Discovery

Presenter led tech film that looks to dispel the myth of ‘copycat China’

1 x 60 mins       (PD: Sam Goss,  Exec: Liz McLeod)

 

SACRED WONDERS OF BRITAIN

BBC Religion & Ethics for BBC 1

Coast Presenter Neil Oliver takes a trip back in time to unravel the history of Religion as told through some of Britain’s own sacred landmarks.

1 x 60 mins   (Series Director: Martin Kemp)

 

BIRTHDAY OF THE PROPHET

BBC Religion & Ethics for BBC 1

A look at how Shariah law might be implemented in the UK.

1 x 30 mins  (Directors: Sharon Hepburn / Karen Selway, Exec Producer: Jean Claude Bragard)

 

 

DAYTIME:  

SECRET LIFE OF THE HOSPITAL BED

Crackit Productions for BBC1 

Life on a ward through the eyes of it's most important fixture.

12 x 30 mins  (Series Prod: Anouk Curry, Exec: Kerry Brierley)

 

STREET PATROL UK

Leopard Films for BBC1 

Anti social behaviour series fronted by Dominic Littlewood.

15 x 45 mins

 

 

ENTERTAINMENT:  

WORLD'S MOST LUXURIOUS..

Blakeway North for Ch5

Two episodes looking at how the rich and famous splash their cash.

2 x 60 mins   (Ed Prod: Jo Conchie, Execs: Debb Swindells, Fran Baker)

 

A NEW LIFE IN THE SUN

True North for Ch4

Episodes of the long running series.

60 mins

 

WEIGHT FOR LOVE

Renegade Pictures for BBC1

Weight loss love show.

2 x 60 mins   (As Editor & Edit Producer, Exec: Harry Lansdowne)

 

FERN BRITTAIN MEETS

BBC Religion & Ethics for BBC1

Several episodes of the popular biographical interview show.

 

DRAGON'S DEN

BBC 

Series seven of the long running entrepreneurial show.

 

THE ONE SHOW

Numerous VT's for the early evening show.

(Execs: Mike Lewis / Caroline Short)

 

CHILDRENS:  

BEING ME – A NEWSROUND SPECIAL

CBBC 1 X 15 mins  TX: March 2015

Film about raising awareness of body image issues amongst children.

 

WELCOME TO MY WORLD – A NEWSROUND SPECIAL

CBBC,  1 x 15 mins, TX: BBC1/CBBC December 2011

Producer: Lizzy Lambley

Two 12-year-olds from Lewisham in South London swap places and live with each other's families for a week, taking on one another's chores and activities and learning that, despite their different backgrounds, they have many things in common.

 

BLUE PETER

CBBC, VT’s

Various VT’s for long running series

 

THE SEASON

Lime Pictures, 30 Minutes, TX:  BBC2: 12.45pm November 2009.                                        

Directors: Judith Parker / Sarah Dillistone, Series Producers:  Fiona O’Sullivan / Carolyn Reynolds / Tony Wood

The Season concentrates on the romantic activities of a group of teenagers working for a season in Val D’Isére. 

 

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Contact Information

Website: www.nigelwarbrick.tv

Email: nigel.warbrick@nweg.tv

Tel: 07931 753 677

Remote Working

  • Happy to work remotely
  • Has own edit equipment

Own Kit Specs

Powerful Mac based system running Avid and Premiere Pro with 20TB storage.

Software Used

  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Avid Media Composer
  • Final Cut Pro 7

Skills

  • Offline

Genres

  • Children's
  • Commercials
  • Corporates
  • Documentaries
  • Educational
  • Entertainment
  • Factuals
  • Music Videos
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