Editor and AE hoping to transition from unscripted comedy to scripted TV and feature content. Currently working as a video editor at Laugh Factory, my recent resume includes various work at Bad Robot Productions, Amazon Studios, Illumination Entertainment, NBC Universal, CBS Television Studios.
Feature Film Assistant editor
After more than ten years working as a Graphics Artist, I decided to make the switch to Editorial in the Spring of 2019. I'm based in Los Angeles and I'm excited to start all over again. Certifications: Avid Certified User Media Composer
I am an Emmy nominated reality TV editor (BORN THIS WAY on A&E, SURVIVING R KELLY on Lifetime) looking to transition to scripted TV or features as an assistant editor or editor.
Organized, hardworking professional with diverse work experience looking to secure a position as an Assistant Editor in Television.
NYC-based editor and motion designer.
Writer turned assistant editor, originally from the UK.
Assistant Editor, currently on Ballers. Also editor, hiker, climber, avid sleeper, and Overwatch healer main!
As a graduate of Florida A&M University's Journalism program, A'sia Horne has always worked with video.
She is an ESPN Alum who interned as an editor and the following year worked as a Production Assistant for the NASCAR Countdown show and live show. The next part of her career was spent in advertising as an assistant editor at Phelps Group. And later A'sia became a senior editor at RPA where she worked with clients, such as, La-Z-Boy Furniture, Honda, Arco and the Clippers over the five years she worked at RPA.
As a freelancer, in 2017-2018, she worked on e-gaming company ESL and Hulu’s new shows as a promo editor, assistant VFX editor and eventually became an editor for an episode of Defining Moments. She has freelanced edited for well-known companies such as Blavity, Chewy. A’sia also worked last year as a Post-PA in the scripted world for feature film What Men Want. Here she learned more about the scripted workflow.
For the indie realm, she has edited projects ranging from comedy to drama. The web series she edited called Funny Married Stuff's has done amazing on the film festival circuit and was listed as one of the potential nominees for an Emmy in it's category. Another short she edited called Junior did well in the spring of 2018 and was chosen for four film festivals.
This year her latest projects as editor are short films House of Balls, Destiny's Road and Shot By An Angel.
Currently, she is freelancing as an editor. She recently worked as an editor on show DC Daily Show. She also freelances as an assistant editor where in the past she’s worked on the World of Dance Master Class and Lebron James’ HBO show The Shop.
A'sia is also a very proud co-founder of the non-profit The Hue Collective.
To learn more about The Hue Collective please view the website at www.thehuecollective.com
Luis A. Cuevas Cuevas
I'm an Editor/Assistant Editor lying and working in London, UK. I currently work at DNEG, one of the largest Visual Effects studios in the world.
I'm an NYC-based promo editor by trade and looking to move into narrative editing. My promo skills would make a great asset when it comes to music editing, sound design, and show re-caps.
Hi there, I’m an assistant editor based in LA who’s focused on working in scripted comedy. I have worked on feature films as well as digital content, short films, and unscripted television series for networks such A&E, Discovery, Science Channel, Own, and VH1.
Hi all I'm Emily from China, currently based in LA. I've worked on features and TV docu-series.
Assistant Editor based in Auckland, New Zealand
I am an editor from Tokyo, Japan! I have been working as a freelance assistant editor here in LA.
I hope to be an editor here in America someday. “I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one!”
Digital Media Asset Coordinator at Herzog and Company. Looking to pursue a career as an Assistant Editor for Scripted Television.