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PETER MOSTERT, EDITOR

Peter Mostert’s editing career took off in South Africa where he was owner/editor of Cutaways. Renowned in the South African market, Cutaways was the first editorial company of its kind to open in the prominent cites of Johannesburg and Cape Town. Cutaways served not only the local creative community, but also international clients: from USA and Europe, to the Middle and Far East.

At Cutaways, Peter won 12 editing awards, including the prestigious Loerie Award for 8 consecutive years – an unequalled feat for the annual event, which receives entries spanning the whole of Africa and the Middle East.

In 2001, Peter moved to the US for a position at Lost Planet before moving over to Chemistry and then to his current home, Hooligan. His editing talents have propelled visual and comedic commercial projects for an array of products and brands – beauty to automotive – while collaborating with some of the industry’s top commercial directors: Errol Morris, David McNamara, Keith Rose, Kim Geldenhuys and Jorn Haagen.

Noteworthy brands include Nike, Garnier, US Marines, P&G, Citibank, Subaru, Crocs, Audi, Mercedes, Cisco, Cannon and Verizon.

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