Contact

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www.trimediting.com

+44 20 7729 9666

3rd Floor
75 Greenfield Road
London
E1 1EJ

About

Trim is a 30+ person film editing studio based in Whitechapel, East London. We work primarily in high-end television commercials, music videos, fashion and drama, with a strong focus on our creative environment, working with the best people on the best projects.

We use a self-management approach to projects, and support people in creating a job role that works for them and allows them growth and a sense of purpose in what they do.

Our culture of care and candour is an imperative part of the fabric that makes up Trim. There is always emerging talent working as part of the team, being nurtured through mentoring and developmental coaching programs, and we expect each Trimmer to work in a way that is both respectful and responsible.

The well-being of our staff is as important to us as the work we produce.

We recognise that the creative industry is notorious for being a stressful environment with long, unsociable hours – often resulting in an unhealthy office culture.

We value choice in ways of working that are most creative and efficient for each individual to allow our editors to work in a way that is optimal for both them and the client.

For our staff, billable client work outside of regular office hours is paid, in addition to the base salary. We offer a competitive pension scheme for salaried employees along with health insurance and in-house developmental coaching.

Trim is devoted to acknowledging and implementing diversity within the company and makes a conscious effort to address imbalances within the creative world by challenging all forms of oppression. Understanding higher systematic forces at play and hiring accordingly is crucial to our core values.

We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce and welcome applications from groups of people who have been traditionally marginalised in the industry.

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RT @thomasgcarter: 🎾 Wimbledon starts today! 🎾 Oh, and I cut this little spot for it https://t.co/kwQlNmcVzO
4 months ago
RT @ad_association: Congratulations to @TrimEditing London on winning a Silver Lion in the Film Craft category for their work on the '#Womb
4 months ago
RT @750mph: Check out the latest spot from @DietCoke Sound design and mix by Sam Ashwell & Mike Bovill @droga5@anoncontent@TrimEditing
5 months ago

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