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Steffan Sulien provides affordable filming and editing services to small businesses and Indies. He is a Brighton based freelancer with a career background in London’s buzzing TV and film post production industry. He also delivers technical IT solutions to creative businesses, helping them get the best from new technology. Learn more about him at

Hit me Britney one more time …

Good start to the new year by smashing out a new mashup and bonus, finally got to do a Britney edit (with a little help from The Disciples, Imagine Dragons, TLC and Technotronic).

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Quick trip home

Nice to pop home and catch up with everyone, not really a Christmas person so have taken my holiday in the first two weeks of the new year. Not that I am a scrooge but just find Christmas excess hard to stomach, people buying things they don’t need with money they don’t have and all that.

Swansea doesn’t change much, one of the reasons i couldn’t live here, lovely to go home and catch up with family but there’s not much else to do.

Hopefully the train journey home tomorrow will be as easy and painless as the ones getting here from Brighton.

Happy New Year

Not been on here for a while as a result of some changes I made last year to my career and work habits. I decided I didn’t want to spend all my time filming and editing so went back to doing some temping work and then eventually took a full time job at the company I work for now. Trying to pursue the work as a full time job was just taking the enjoyment out of it for me and became more about constantly looking for the next work and less about the work itself.

Luckily I am now working for a great company with job security and flexibility in my work hours so I can hopefully get the balance right. I want to spend my freetime filming and editing work I enjoy as opposed to work I have to do to make a living.  To this end I have re-written my biog fresh for 2018 and have a plan now for what I want to achieve in the next 12 months.

I moved to Brighton with a distinct goal for how I wanted to live my life and the type of filming and editing projects I wanted to work on, there is so much great stuff going on in Brighton, it’s time to invest in a new camera and get back out there and discover it, I am really looking forward to the year ahead.