Davide Carnera started his career in television in 1998 when he joined Evolutions Television, the biggest independent TV post-production facility in London.
In a career spanning 18 years Davide has worked on some of the biggest productions in the UK including award-winning shows such as Top Gear, The Apprentice and The Voice.
In 2016 Davide was one of the editors on the game show Pick Me! The programme won ITV the coveted Rose D’Or award in Berlin.
In 2014 Davide edited the appeal films broadcast during the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The films went on to win the 2014 DMA Award for UNICEF and on the night reached an audience of over 1 billion viewers worldwide.
In 2007 a short film edited by Davide for the Wrap Up Warm campaign won the Clarion Award in the category of advertising, promotion and campaigns.
Davide recently worked in New York City for History Now editing films for their web channel. One of the films Davide cut smashed all viewing record figures for the channel, with almost 6 million views to date.
Davide currently resides in Los Angeles, where he most recently worked with Znak & Co to cut a new, high-profile pilot series.
Davide is at home with a wide range of genres including comedy, factual entertainment, reality, music, nature documentaries, kids TV and live events.
Davide is fluent in 4 languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish. This ability has given Davide the opportunity to work for productions across Europe and North America, with much of his work being broadcast worldwide.
Davide has worked for several leading independent production companies in the US and UK including Znak & Co, Punched in the Head, Objective, Studio Lambert and Twenty Twenty as well as the BBC, ITV, the Shine Group, Endemol, Discovery Channel and Channel 4.
Davide is trained in Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, Symphony and Final Cut Pro X.