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Artlist is my go to website for music for my projects. Whether you need something quirky or cinematic, Artlist has it. To get get two months free, click this link.

Go to Artlist here.

FilmConvert is the best colour grading plugin out there. If you want authentic film stock looks, this is the plugin for you. To get 10% off, use code: allangeorge10

Go to FilmConvert here.


Mega is the site I use to transfer large files/footage. It is easy to use and has a desktop app which makes things even easier. Follow the link below and get 2 months free when you sign-up for a 12 month PRO plan.


Sign-up here.

If you're a student, get 70% off the entire Creative Cloud suite by clicking here. The full suite has 20+ apps, including Premiere, After Effects and Photoshop. The usual price is $129/mo, but you can get it for $25/mo by clicking the link below.


Find out more here.

Freedom blocks access to social media, certain websites, and even the entire internet on your computer or mobile so you can focus on your work. It’s impossible to work on anything of meaning if you keep stopping what you are doing to check Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or even email. 


Get Freedom here.



Here you will find not only a Premiere template but a folder structure that mirrors the folder structure in Premiere. This workflow has made my life so much easier. Paired with Watchtower this helps create the perfect workflow for editors.


Download the template here.

Watchtower is my favourite plugin to date. Watchtower is an extension for Premiere Pro & After Effects that auto syncs project bins with system folders. Learn more here.

Download Watchtower here.



Creativity Inc is from Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios. The book delves into creativity, business, leadership and more. 

Get Creativity Inc here.

The Writer's Journey isn't a book about editing but it is a book about story, and is one of my favourite reads. 

Get The Writer's Journey here.

In the Blink of an Eye is a must read for any editor or filmmaker. Renowned editor Walter Murch discusses subjects such: as continuity, discontinuity in editing, dreaming, reality, criteria for a good cut, the blink of the eye as an emotional cue, digital editing, and much more. 

Get In the Blink of an Eye here.

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