INTERVIEW: Jonathan Walton on the evolution of music video

They tell you at design school that if you want to get ahead, it helps to find a niche. And if you're looking for an example of that principle in action, look no further than British video editor Jonathan Walton. Over the last 10 years, he's made a name for himself by specialising in multicam music shows - and gone from first-job graduate to running his own, successful TV production company.

His firm, My Little Eye TV, has worked on shows for Channel 4, ITV1, the Sundance Channel and NBC, and with high profile artists including The Killers, David Bowie, Green Day, Kings of Leon and David Gilmour. It's all a far cry from his first job as a video QC at Abbey Road Studios, where he worked in one of the first DVD production departments in the country.

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