Ricardo is a freelance video editor & artist based in East London, specialising in creative, narrative driven and performance work.

Ricardo has worked on performances, events, promos & short films for a variety of groups and organisations, particularly in the art world. These include: Tate, Royal Academy, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Serpentine Gallery; as well as two films with BAFTA award winning director Bob Bentley.

He is also a senior partner with the artist collective The People Speak,

Selected video projects:

  • Bali Visions Main video editor for a short impressionistic film exploring Bali dance, art and performance. Directed by BAFTA award winner Bob Bentley, 2020 – 2021
  • Aberfeldy Portraits Series of short video portraits focusing on the lives of people in the Aberfeldy Street, Poplar, area. 2020-2021
  • The Pleasure of Rope Joint video editor for the feature length documentary, directed by BAFTA award winner Bob Bentley, exploring the Japanese art form of Kinbaku. 2014 – 2018
  • Into Blue – Ackroyd & Harvey Joint video editor for a twin-screen film by artists Ackroyd & Harvey. Screened at David Attenborough Building, Cambridge. 2016
  • LCC – BA Animation showreel Visiting Practitioner and video editor for London College of Communication. Working with students from years 2 and 3. 2015
  • Kraftwerk Uncovered – A Future Past Filming and editing of a Kraftwerk inspired music performance at Science Museum, London. Performed by Icebreaker. 2014
  • ‘The Key of Chaos’ & The Making of A short film devised with 100 children and their parents over two days at Tate Britain. 2014
  • ON SITE – MAP/Making Documentation and video of a visual and audio journey through one of Barbican’s exhibition halls. Featuring work by musicians from the Guildhall School. 2010
  • Social Innovation Camp Jailbrake Summary video for a 3 day event where teams create technological solutions to tackle the issue of young offending. 2010
  • Serpentine Marathon Documenting and editing a 24 hour performance marathon featuring various artist and scientist. Taking place in the Serpentine Gallery summer pavilion. 2007