Farrah has been editing for over twenty years, she works on Avid, Premiere and FCP.
Farrah is a member of the British Film Editors Guild.
A geek at heart, her perfect days are spent listening to music, exercising and watching films.
Her most recent work was a piece called - Viscera directed by the brilliant Bhebhe&Davies. It screened at the Wellcome Collection in London. Trailer for it is on the left.
She has just finished editing her second drama feature "A Winter Love", an independent drama feature directed by award winning playwright Rhiana Yazzie about intertribal love. The film is currently at the festival circuit and was most recently screened at Dreamspeakers. See left for a picture from article in Navajo Times.
She started editing hip hop videos in 2001 for UK artists such as Karl Hinds, Skinny Man, Sway, Jehst and Lewis Parker.
She went on to edit and direct an independent feature length music documentary "Raw Documents".
In 2004 Farrah attended The London Film School -on graduating with her MA, Farrah worked with Emmy winning actor Riz Ahmed creating content for his live show MICroscope which toured Glastonbury and Latitude festivals and also directed, edited and produced several videos, including Sour Times (features Tom Hardy, Nitin Sawhney, Jim Sturgess and Scroobius Pip), Radar (live version) All in The Ghetto and Get On It (live version).
In 2008 she edited a short film entitled "Michelle", directed by Ben Drew, who was also a musician known as Plan B, the characters in the Michelle story grew into something much bigger which ultimately resulted in Plan B's debut drama feature film "ill Manors" which was edited and post supervised by Farrah.
Farrah edited an episode of an Emmy nominated long form Discovery channel documentary series entitled "Disasters Engineered".
Farrah's most recent edits are on the left (click here if viewing on a mobile).