Video Editing

The ‘Main Edit Reel’ above showcases feature films and shorts.

The video above is a promo I edited for Social Media Film Festival.

In 2021, I edited an hour long tribute video to my father who passed away at the very end of 2020.          In 2022, I edited a much shorter 8 minute version to be used as a demo. 

Here is a sample music video I edited.

In 2009, I directed and edited “The Octo Circus.” You can view it on the Short Films Page.

In 2008, I edited  War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave directed by and starring C. Thomas Howell for The Asylum production company.

In 2007, I edited some projects of the old-time Hollywood type residents for the Motion Picture Television Fund in Calabasas, CA. I edited the feature film length independent comedy “Geek Mythology.” It can be found at

“My So-Called Japanese Life” is a feature film documentary I edited in 2006-2007.

My earliest involvement with editing was the hands-on training and theory I received at Columbia College-Hollywood. With white gloves on, I edited a short film on a 16MM Moviola machine. I was introduced to the 16MM flatbed. I edited a short film music video on a 3/4 inch machine that I also directed, “Circus Envy.” My love for editing never faded out.

For most projects I edited using Final Cut Pro 7, but I’ve learned basic Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro and Davinci Resolve.  I’m mainly using Premiere and Davinci Resolve now. 


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