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Ed Browne was born in the North West of the UK and, as a child, spent his time making short stop animation and live action films on his family camera. At age 14 he decided that he wanted to pursue filmmaking as a career and became massively inspired by films such as Donnie Darko, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Se7en. 

After working for 1.5 years as a part-time videographer, editor and photographer at Morgan Digital, at age 18 he left his hometown and moved to London to study filmmaking at the Met Film School where he directed short films, documentaries, music videos, commercials and a full length feature film.

After graduating Ed went on to work at the award winning, global production agency RD Content. Here he directed commercials in 11 different countries across the world for brands such as Aston Martin F1, Valvoline, Barbour, Barbour International, Michelin, Hamilton Watches and more.

During this time Ed's 34 minute film 'Sea Change' was selected into 6 festivals and screened in both London and Warrington Cineworld. He also directed his next short film, 'The Tap', on 35mm film which is currently in post production. 

Today Ed is based in London working as a freelance film director, filmmaker and photographer working on both commercial and narrative projects

Ed's skills extend much further outside of directing. He has an
excellent technical knowledge of cinematography, video editing and colour grading. In addition, during the 2020 lockdown, Ed began to teach himself how to write and produce music. This passion has continued to this day and his knowledge has transferred over to his filmmaking enabling him to sound design projects and even score some pieces of work.

Ed has entered pre-production for his next short film 'The Race To Happiness', is attached to a funded narrative series and is beginning to write his first feature length film.

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