Lorrin Braddick studied architecture at Cambridge, before realising he wasn’t nearly serious enough to be an architect.
He was lured into post-production with the promise of free food, and went on to get a job as a runner at Rushes in 2000, moving from there to Final Cut UK, where he worked as an editor in high-end commercials & music videos. He cut for 6 years in London, New York, Chile, Amsterdam and Los Angeles before going freelance as a Director and Editor in 2006.
Lorrin believes that any film is only as strong as your emotional connection with the characters in it. If the protagonists of your film feel authentic and human, then you’ll achieve your goal. Lorrin is also happy to work with particularly characterful dogs or parrots.