Based in London and South-West England, Arthur Cauty is an award nominated director, camera operator and editor with credits in broadcast, documentary, corporate, stage, event coverage, and music video. The year 2011 saw Cauty's documentary Hard Knocks receive its UK television debut on Sky TV, as well as his first venture into stage, collaborating with the World's most successful pop duo The Pet Shop Boys on The Most Incredible Thing, a contemporary ballet for Sadler's Wells Theatre (broadcast on BBC4, July 2011).
Cauty was recently enlisted to direct and produce a new music video for American punk rock band Zebrahead (Sony BMG/Rude Records), for which he himself raised funding through crowd funding initiatives with the World's leading international funding platform, Indie Gogo. The video premiered on the World's biggest independent music channel BlankTV.
Cauty worked as editor and camera operator on the award winning coverage (Best Live Coverage 2011, Royal Television Society) of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, the World's leading professional sailing series, broadcast on Sky Sports and CNBC Europe.
Other notable collaborators include comedian Paul O'Grady, BAFTA award winning film maker Tal Rosner, renowned producer Rosa Bosch, Miami's World Symphony Orchestra, and the wrestlers of WWE.
"One of South West (England's) most talented young film makers" - BBC