Ben is obsessed by camera equipment and editing. With a background in BBC News and feature films he decided to dedicate his life to being behind a camera and in-front of an edit machine. Ben filmed his first wedding in 1998 and thoroughly enjoyed it. From the initial client meeting to editing the video it was a complete pleasure. Fast forward 5 years and, after film school, he headed to America to become Apprentice Editor for Merchant Ivory on “The White Countess” starring Ralph Feinnes and Natasha Richardson. He then went on to work on Spielberg’s “War of the Worlds” as a runner for the edit crew. This taught him where his passion lies - in the edit suite. A period with BBC News taught Ben an invaluable lesson - how to edit quickly! He used these new skills to set up two companies: a wedding videography company called “The Wedding Cut”, where over 7 years he has produced and helped others make over 250 wedding films; and a corporate arm, “Bruton-Cox Visuals”, where he specialises in social media marketing for high-end clients. In his own words, "I always want to be improving; I want to be the best I can be with the tools at my disposal. Collaboration and creativity is the essence of what I believe makes me a unique filmmaker."