Marshall Street Editors
10 months ago
Marshall Street Editors rising star, Matt Pochettino, trained under industry legends Tim Thornton-Allan and John Mayes, assisting on projects like Moneysupermarket.com 'Bootylicious' and H&M ‘Road Trip’ with Fredrik Bond and the now iconic ‘Epic Squads’ with Noam Murro, before becoming an editor in his own right.
With highly supportive mentors, Matt found himself thrown in the deep end, presenting his own cuts to big named clients, comping aliens for Argos and skilfully editing on set. In demand, Matt has already worked with the likes of MindsEye, Biscuit Filmworks, Sonny London, MJZ and Smuggler. He has edited high profile food campaigns for brands such as M&S, Aldi and McDonald's, for the likes of Rogue’s Charlie Stebbings and most recently cut a campaign for Nicolai Fuglsig and Co-op.
He comments: "I have been so fortunate to learn under both Tim and John, working on some iconic campaigns along the way. They had great faith in me on high profile projects and took the time and care to help me develop my craft. I’m very grateful to be doing a job that I absolutely love and that takes me around the world cutting for incredible people."
Tim Thornton-Allan notes: "Promoting from within and supporting emerging talent is core to our business values. Matt has always shown great promise and promoting him to editor was a natural and well earned step. His work with Nicolai on his new campaign for Co-op demonstrates how capable and talented he is and we can’t wait to see what he does next."
Matt’s new work for Nicolai Fuglsig promotes the community initiatives that are funded when you choose to shop across the Co-op’s retail businesses.
This is the first time that Co-op has united its food, insurance and funeral care businesses, to demonstrate how the whole company helps to assist community projects across the country. The campaign is also the first created by newly appointed creative agency, Lucky Generals and will be supported by a hyper local outdoor campaign.
To view Matt’s reel, click here.
Marshall Street Editors, 10 months ago