Video Editing

The magic is in the edit. I love taking a hard drive of footage and weaving it into a story. Documentary, corporate, infographics, product demos, instructional videos, advertisements and social, give me your footage and I’ll make it pop.

Below are just a couple fun pieces that I’ve worked on. Check out the editing section of the blog for more

Traeger Grills Recipies

I was able to work on dozens of recipe videos with Traeger Grills and Idarado Media. We shot these videos with 4 cameras shooting 4K but the editing went smoothly and all assets were delivered on time.

The Wasatch Mountain Film Festival

I had the opportunity to cut the trailer for the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival for several years. What a treat to be able to work with so much footage from so many talented filmmakers. Every year I try to make the trailer fit the motif of that years film festival. Coming out of the pandemic in 2021 I thought it was fitting to make the video try to ride the emotional arch of the last year. From scary, to desperate, to hope, to jubilation I felt like this cut did a good job of matching what we’d all been through in the year since we had been able to screen these films live.

The Snowblader

Shot 22 produced and edited this piece about Burke Weir, a regular feature at Utah’s ski resorts. Known for his wacky outerwear and tiny skis, Jacob Callaghan was the cinematographer on this piece, and I had about 6 hours of footage and interviews to go through and get down to 5 minutes. It was easy to let Burke’s stoke and love of skiing shine through.

Snowbird Ski Patrol

A day in the life of Snowbird Ski Patrol running snow safety routes on one of the gnarliest mountains anywhere. Shot 22 embedded with Patrol to make this piece. The edit really portrays how this is more than a job. It’s a calling.