Andy Prada - a creative and intuitive designer/editor working for production companies, facilities, broadcasters, agencies and client organisations - with or without his own equipment. He specialises in Adobe, Avid and Apple creative software.


Freelance, he can design/edit your programme - even direct it! - and co-ordinate the complete post production process - from off-line to finished master - liaising with graphic designers, archives, composers, vo artists and external facilities.

He can also prepare your media for any delivery platform you can think of, whether it be internet, intranet, SSD, tape or optical media.


Combining his skills as a designer/editor (Pradamedia) with a keen interest in military history (Fougassefilms), Andy has specialised in a range of programming for government, broadcasters, production companies and business. Credits include the seminal Realities of War for the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst and the best-selling Story of the British Army for WH Smith. An Invisible Wound - for the Royal Army Medical Corps - scooped the premier award at ETMA together with a nomination for best documentary at IVCAThe Captain's Bad Day collected similar awards for the Royal Navy. More recent defence work includes The Law of Armed Conflict and Network Enabled Capability for the Army

He has written and edited webinars for The European Space Agency (ESA), in particular the 'ENVISAT' & Mars Express missions. He has also post-produced award winning work for the maritime industry - Piracy & Armed Robbery and Coping with Stowaways.

On a gentler note he has been involved with several programmes for Benenden Healthcare, Cancer Research UK and Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital Trust and edited and multimedia authored the Civil Partnership initiative for the Department of Work and Pensions.

Recent business projects included work for Videotel, BRE, Xerox and Shell. He regularly edits news for the Forces TV digital channel and is currently involved in 100th Anniversary Great War commemorative events including the design of a bilingual WW1 commemorative display as part of a French community project. His own film - The Battle of Loos - is now in post-production and another TV project - My Dad's Army - is currently in the planning stages.

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