Anne Perri started her career honing skills as Paul Watt’s assistant, working with ground-breaking directors such as Jonathan Glazer, Frank Budgen, Chris Palmer, Vince Squibb and Nicolai Fuglsig. It did not take long before Perri started to make waves on her own. She edited Oliver Murray’s short film, ‘Treasure’, which went on to win various awards including Best Documentary 2013 at Tribeca Good Egg Film Festival, Best Documentary 2013 at Cork Festnet Short Film Festival, and Best Editing for the London Short Film Festival 2014.
Since joining Work Editorial in 2013, Perri editing across commercials, music promos, documentary and fashion films, she has widened her collaboration to include Directors such as James Rouse, Ben Whitehouse, Max Joseph, Owen Harris, Max Weiland and MJ Delaney. Recent standout work includes Kid’s Company, ‘Give The Gift of Christmas’ in 2015’s APA’s Top 50, and Harvey Nichols ‘’Shoplifters” winning 3 British Arrows 2016.
In 2017, Perri was busy cutting her first feature documentary, “The Quiet One” which is based on the original bass player of The Rolling Stones.