Category Archives: Documentary
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 … 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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Brad Besser’s critically-acclaimed Sundance documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV is now streaming on Netflix!
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.
After a successful festival run that started at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, I’m happy to announce the Brad Besser’s Bill Hader-narrated documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV is now available on VOD! Head over to Indiewire to see the film’s new trailer … Continue reading
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
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
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