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Gary Scullion,
Based in London, UK



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Streamy Awards Nominee 2017


Lead Editor/VFX Artist

Streamy Awards Nominee 2016

2015 A.D. THE BIBLE CONTINUES (TV series) (VFX Editor/Assembly Editor/Assistant Editor/VFX Artist)

2014 BABYLON (TV Series)

Assistant Editor

BAFTA nominated

2014 SON OF GOD (Feature film)

Assembly Editor/Assistant Editor

Winner ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

2014 THE WITCHER 3 (Short)


2013 BIG SCHOOL (TV series)

Assembly Editor/Assistant Editor

2013-2014 THE BIBLE (TV series) (Assembly Editor/Assistant Editor/Promo Editor/VFX Artist)

EMMY nominated

2012 MAY I KILL U? (Feature Film)

VFX Supervisor

2012 WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT (Feature film)

Editor/VFX Artist

2011 FOSTER (Feature film)

Assistant Editor 

Winner- Best Feature Rhode Island International Film Festival

2010 STEPHEN HAWKING'S UNIVERSE (TV series) Assembly Editor

EMMY nominated

Gary Studied at the London Film Academy where he graduated as the first ever student with a commendation for excellence. He has gone on to work as both an Editor and Assistant Editor on both Feature Films and TV series, this has given him a great opportunity to learn both the theoretical and practical aspects of filmmaking.

He has worked on series such as the triple Emmy nominated series 'The Bible', The BBC hit comedy 'Big School', and even working on the series 'Babylon' from Academy Award winning Director 'Danny Boyle'.

Alongside these productions Gary has been using his skills and experience to pioneer new content with his YouTube channel Sneaky Zebra, a channel renowned for it's Award Winning Comic Con Cosplay content, and for creating original short films and Comedy Sketches.

In 2017 Gary was Nominated for a Streamy Award for his Post Production work. The Streamy Awards honor the best in online video and the creators behind it. The annual event brings together the biggest names in YouTube and online video. He received an Honor for his work on 'Prop Wars: Prop Harder' 

Prop Wars: Prop Harder was a passion project to create an Action Comedy short work in collaboration with emerging US company Loot Crate. It took almost a Year to pull everything together, as well as Editing the film, Gary tackled the mammoth 180+ Visual Effects shots single handed, learning to do many of them for the first time in Post Production. The short was featured on Dragon Con TV where it was extremely well received by every nerdy viewer who stopped what they were doing “glued to the TV set for 8 minutes”.

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