Adrian Murray’s energy, diligence and enthusiasm for storytelling has seen him gain a wealth of knowledge within a wide variety of genres – feature length, short form, narrative and non-fiction. With a passion for music he began his career editing concerts including Amy Winehouse Live, Robert Plant and Muse broadcast on MTV, Channel 4 and VH1.
Adrian now edits feature films for the likes of Universal Studios and StudioCanal as well as TV documentaries for Discovery Channel and Channel 4.
His feature film credits include Holy Water produced by Frank Konigsberg, A Closed Book directed by Raul Ruitz, Comedown (StudioCanal) and Legacy (Universal Studios) produced by BAFTA Awards winner Noel Clarke, which is due to be released early 2015. Adrian’s television credits includes mini series Air Force One is Down for Sonar Entertainment US, drama series Whitechapel (ITV), and feature documentary A Very British Gangster 2 directed by investigative journalist Donal Mactinryre.
In 2013 Adrian moved to New York, to cut feature documentary OJ: Trial of the Century for Emmy Award Winner director Nicole Rittenmayor, to mark the 20th anniversary of the infamous trial of OJ Simpson. It was broadcast on Discovery Channel US and Channel 4 in the UK and Adrian was credited as lead editor, producer and sound designer.
After completing an episode of drama documentary Dangerous Persuasions for Discover ID exec produced by Louise Norman, Adrian was back in New York early 2015 to edit a new series for the History Channel ‘The Last Days of the Nazis’.
More recently he has edited an episode of Locked Up Abroad for National Geographic, and MSNBC.
Adrian is currently lead editor of a new History Channel series. Working title ‘War On Drugs’.
There are some examples of Adrian’s work in the portfolio section of this site. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional links.