Current status: cutting a movie.
Coming soon, Fits And Starts is a comedy about a struggling writer dealing with his wife’s literary success (and all the characters that come along with it). The film stars Wyatt Cenac, Greta Lee, Maria Dizzia, and Alex Karpovsky. The movie is written and directed by Laura Terruso who recently co-wrote the film Hello, My Name Is Doris with Michael Showalter based on her short film Doris And The Intern.
Here’s the trailer for Laura’s movie, coming March 2016. Go see it, and look for Fits And Starts soooooon.
Okay so several things have happened in the last several months since I posted. Here are some quick hits…
Halt And Catch Fire Season 2 premiered on AMC! I was an assistant editor again this season. I love the team and the show. Plus it has 94% on Rotten Tomatoes!
Scumbag, a short film I cut in 2014 directed by Luke Spears, had its premiere at the 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival and won Best Student Film at the Vail Film Festival. Luke recently graduated from Columbia University’s MFA Film Producing Program.
Overheads, another short film I cut in 2014, premiered online. You can view it below! Directed by the great Jesse Rosen.
And lastly, I had started up on HBO’s Lewis & Clark miniseries, but unfortunately production shut down due to “creative differences.” So now I’m back out and looking for good projects.
Check out this link and read the interview with Jenna Ricker, director of The American Side (edited by yours truly).
Jenna Ricker and Greg Stuhr working with Robert Vaughn on the set of The American Side.
I spent my spring working on this awesome show. Premieres
on AMC June 1st at 10pm. ***CORRECTION! THE FIRST EPISODE IS ONLINE NOW ON TUMBLR AND AMC.COM
A still from the upcoming feature film "The American Side", directed by Jenna Ricker and edited by me.
I worked on this back in the spring of 2013 but I totally lost track of the fact that I never posted it when it was first published. I got called in to help an awesome editor Cass Vanini edit this series of :30 loopable living portraits of different athletes. It was a super awesome job thanks to the good people at Psyop.