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Editor Sam Hardy joins DOMA

Editor Sam Hardy joins DOMA

Promonews - 7th Sept 2023

Sam Hardy, the editor who has worked with top artists on music videos and other projects - including Stormzy, Sam Smith, Burna Boy & Jorja Smith and Central Cee - has joined new post production house DOMA as their first editor.

Hardy's impressive portfolio includes the videos for Burna Boy's Gum Body, featuring Jorja Smith, Cat Burns's People Pleaser and Nick Jonas's This Is Heaven, and Stormzy's This Is What I Mean; and the album trailer for Sam Smith's latest album Gloria. Meanwhile, his commercial work has seen him cutting films for household names including the likes of Nike, Mango, and Sony. 

Before joining DOMA, Hardy freelanced to build his portfolio while searching for the right post-production house, and developing a distinctive skillset in the process: his thoughtful approach to narrative pairs perfectly with his ability to use dynamic techniques to bring a project to life.

Furthermore, while he has made a name for himself in music videos, Hardy is also expanding his commercial horizons and aspires to venture into longer form, across scripted works and documentaries.

"I'm excited to be part of a new company like DOMA that feels full of momentum," says Sam Hardy. "The ambitions and work ethos of DOMA align with my own, and I'm looking forward to what lies ahead."

Jake Evans, co-founder of the Bermondsey, South London-based post house, adds: "Sam is the first editor to join DOMA. Recognising his work, we were confident he would be instrumental in establishing us as a strong edit house."

• Watch Sam Hardy's portfolio of work at DOMA here


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