I had the privilege to work with subVRsive on two 360 documentaries to promote Showtime’s series The Circus. Each video takes viewers to a political rally for one of the major party nominees for president. The goal was to bring the show’s docu-series style into the 360 video space. Both videos are embedded below. Continue reading →
I recently had the honor of editing an an OpDoc for the New York Times. The film, Supreme Court v. The American Voter, was directed by Kelly Duane de la Vega and Jessica Anthony with Mike Nicholson at Picturebox and deals with the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn key provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. You can see the full piece embedded below: Continue reading →
I’m excited to announce that Carlyn Hudson’s The Big Spoon will be premiering at this year’s Austin Film Festival. I edited the film which stars Mallory Culbert, Zachary Knighton, Isabelle McNally, and Agustín Silva. You can see the full AFF line-up announcement over at Deadline. (Photo by Patrick Rusk)
In 1990 James Bryan (director of the infamous “video nasty” Don’t Go in the Woods) and his collaborator, cult actress/producer/writer Renee Harmon, produced a shot-on-video horror film called Jungle Trap. After production wrapped… nothing happened and the film ended up sitting on a shelf, unedited, for over 2 decades. Fortunately in 2015 the master tapes were rediscovered by the team at Bleeding Skull (Zack Carlson, Annie Choi, and Joseph A. Ziemba), who launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise the money to finish the film. I was brought on as editor while Choi and Ziemba began composing a period-appropriate, synth-heavy score. After months of work (and more than two decades of inactivity) the film is now set to premiere this September at Fantastic Fest (even getting a shout-out from Entertainment Weekly!).
I’m excited to announce that High Profits, the CNN docs-series I edited (as part of an incredible team of talented editors and story producers) is nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy. If you missed the eight episode series when it first aired, you can stream it all on Netflix right now.
I’m excited to announce that I’ve been editing the first season of Rooster Teeth’s new dramatic hour-long sci-fi series Day 5 with the fine folks at TBD Post (specifically, I’ve been cutting episode 4). A teaser trailer premiered on IndieWire last month and Entertainment Weekly just debuted a full trailer last week. See both after the jump. The first episode will be available exclusively to Rooster Teeth subscribers starting June 19th. Continue reading →
I recently edited these two customer profile spots for Cort Furniture. They were directed by Carlyn Hudson for Spotzen with finishing by TBD Post and score by Curtis Heath. Check out the second spot below. Continue reading →
I’m excited to announce that Julio Quintana’s stunning film The Vessel will be coming to theaters this September (in two separate versions; one shot in English, the other in Spanish). The film stars Martin Sheen and was produced by Terrence Malick, I was honored to be one of the editors. The Hollywood Reporter has more information about the release. Continue reading →