Matt Berkeley-Lobato is an experienced film editor. He enjoys collaborating with filmmakers from all over the world, and has cut documentaries, television programmes, music, commercials and digital content.
Some of Matt’s projects have included Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic and the BBC adaptation novel, Fanny Hill directed by BAFTA award winner, James Hawes.
Starting out his career as an assistant in 2007, editing television series for the BBC, before joining The Mill to work on opening sequences for ITV and commercials for Unilever, Nike and FHM. Berkeley-Lobato later edited live music videos for artists such as Calvin Harris, Lily Allen and Mika for Yahoo! Music.
Matt worked with the legendary Shakira on her BBC documentary and live concert Behind The Scenes. The film captures the Colombian star performing hits from her long career and following her during preparation and rehearsals before she steps onto the stage.
In addition, Matt has edited a number of corporate documentary style videos for bluechip companies such as Goldman Sachs, Nokia, Shell, BP and Procter & Gamble.
Having always loved the documentary form, in 2014, Matt edited a Channel 4 series, Tattoo Twists that achieved a record number of views on the 4oD platform. Directed by award winner, Ioana Mischie, this became the most popular 4oD series in the UK in 2015. Following record viewing figures, Channel 4 commissioned three further series, including a polemic documentary about Body Modification (2 series) and the Bizarre Fetish Handbook, which Matt was also invited to work on.
An avid movie fan, Matt has edited behind-the-scenes documentaries for many films, including new and upcoming filmmakers.
A graduate of Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication's two year MA programme, specialising in Visual Effects and a Video Production degree from Kensington & Chelsea College, Matt's additional languages include Portuguese, Spanish and French.
Editor with extensive knowledge who collaborates on moving image and digital projects for advertising, film, TV and online.