Alex Snelling's training has always been informed by continuing editing and production experience.
His main focus is the Adobe Creative Suite focussing on Premiere Pro as it progresses its ever expanding journey into broadcast and film.
Alex has recently consulted and trained for major UK broadcasters including BBC and ITN as they adopt Premiere Pro into their workflows.
In 2022, Alex created all the content for Adobe's AVSP programme, which is high-level training bridging the gap between engineers and editors.
Alex's first training gig was in Tokyo in 1998 for two months to teach Quantel Henry/Editbox. He became an Apple Certified Trainer for FCP in 2004 and after six months edit training at BBC White City in 2005, he was invited by Apple to become an industry mentor for Final Cut Pro and since that time has travelled the world qualifying Apple Certified Trainers in UK, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Czech Rep, Turkey, India and South Korea; toured Scandinavia; visited Russia; supported the edit workflow for the FIFA World Cup 2010 and authored several technical papers and reports based around FCP workflow. In 2013, Alex wrote Final Cut Pro X In A Shared Environment which was referenced widely across the FCP community and formed the basis for many workflows.