Author Archives: Don
High Profits, the CNN docs-series I was editing earlier this year for Bat Bridge Entertainment, is now streaming on Netflix. As we were working on the show, we thought of it as something people could binge-watch so it’s exciting people can now … Continue reading
I edited this branded doc on London-based photographer Sam Robinson, his digital operator Will Douglas, and the Dell Precision 5000 Series. The spot was produced by Dell Blue with post-production by TBD Post.
If you like hearing me talk- you’re in luck! I was recently featured on two podcasts! I sat down with Mike G for Show de Vie, where we discussed work, music, movies, and whisky. I was also part of a really … Continue reading
Yen Tan’s short film The Outfit (which I co-wrote and edited) is now streaming on Fandor just in time for Halloween!
I recently cut this series of spots for Dell’s new high performance laptops. The spots were directed by Joe Nicolosi and feature a lot of great comedic talent (including Pictures of Superheroes‘ Byron Brown). All editorial and post-production by TBD Post. The … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that two films I worked on will be screening at this year’s Outfest Los Angeles. Yen Tan’s The Outfit (which I co-wrote and edited) screens July 10th and 14th at the DGA and Brad Besser’s Beaver … Continue reading
Several films I’ve worked on continued their festival runs this weekend. The deadCENTER Film Festival screened both Yen Tan’s The Outfit and John Bryant’s award-winning The Samaritans, while the Oak Cliff Film Festival also played The Samaritans along with Brad Besser’s documentary Beaver Trilogy Part … Continue reading
I recently cut this humorous spot for Jason’s Deli’s new Quinoa Shrimp & Mango Salad, created through a partnership with M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The spot was produced by Alpheus Media in association with The Bear.
Jeannette Catsoulis, movie critic for the New York Times recommends filling that “Mad Men-shaped hole in your Sunday-night viewing” with High Profits. “Candid and surprisingly clearheaded, this riveting look at frontier entrepreneurship — and millennial creativity — proves that opening … Continue reading