Richard LeMay just returned from AFM where he screened his latest film Blood Bound.
Rebecca Luke recently wrapped production on the feature film Hot Air about a right wing talk show’s host whose life takes a sudden turn when his 16-year-old niece comes crashing into his life. Another film she costumed, Hello Again, just began a limited theatrical run.
Elizabeth Kirby has been working steadily since wrapping as costume designer on Pipeline Entertainment’s Dementia 13. Most recently, she costume designed the feature film Holly Slept Over.
John El Manahi is currently finishing up a run as Production Designer on the new scripted series Big Dogs, produced by Choice Films.
Eric Bruggemann has been busy in the documentary space – he just finished cutting a documentary called 89 Blocks for Sports Illustrated/Time Inc, and is now working on the mini docu-series Gotti: Godfather and Son for A&E.
Steven Rosenthal continues to be a top choice for comedy, and is currently cutting The President Show for Comedy Central.
Jason Pollard is currently editing a new Netflix series. He also recently cut a documentary about the LA riots for Showtime, Burn, Motherfucker Burn!
Jacob Steingroot recently finished a long run on reality series First Time Flippers, and is now cutting the show Big Beach Builds for Leopard Films.
Chris Houghton is currently working on the new reality series Shade: Queens of NYC about New York drag queens.
Bethany Serpico is currently key makeup artist on Choice Films’ new scripted series Big Dogs.
David Moyes recently finished a run on season two of National Geographic Explorer.
Jacob Hensberry recently finished a run at AMC, cutting promos for shows such as The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and Preacher.
Margot Roth recently edited Year Million, a docu-series about the future of humanity as we know it.
Nadya Gurevich recently worked on the new season of hit series A Crime to Remember, as well as the feature film Mappelthorpe.
Frank Bologna is currently cutting the new docu-series Shade: Queens of NYC for Fusion.
Lee Pacheco recently started a run on the Investigation Discovery series Homicide Hunter.
Prichard Smith is currently editing a documentary TV special called Dark Humor.
Michel Mazza recently wrapped work on Fusion’s new series Shade: Queens of NYC.
Karim Lopez finished cutting Pipeline’s Dementia 13 and quickly jumped onto a new project called The 4 Percent about people who are wrongly convicted of crimes.
Jordie Shapiro is at work on the reality show First Time Flippers for the DIY Network.
Art Citron is currently editing the reality series Hustle & Soul, which follows Chef Lawrence Page, owner and head chef of The Pink Tea Cup.
Davide Carnera is working hard on the show First & Last for Punched In the Head.
Jesse Hass just started cutting a documentary about Artificial Intelligence for Discovery.
Christine Tseng recently finished working on several new series for Purveyors of Pop.
Carl Pfirman is currently cutting a new scripted series, Youth & Consequences for YouTube Red.
Mandy Ward recently wrapped as location manager on the newest season of the award-winning series A Crime To Remember and is now in pre-production on the feature film The Man In the Woods, which she is producing.
Leigh Anne Sides recently finished cutting a documentary about architect Louis Kahn.
Derek Mindler has been shooting spots for brands like True Value, Canon, and Choice Hotels. He also recently travelled to Washington DC to shoot interviews and b-roll for a documentary about Dick Gregory
Paul McAleavey has recently started editing a new crime series called Serial Predator for Ugly Brother Productions in LA.
Mathew Ein recently cut segments for the popular TLC series 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.
Ryan Earl Parker just returned from Las Vegas, where he shot interview segments for a documentary about boxer Sonny Liston.
Scott Meyer is on a long run cutting the popular MTV reality series Teen Mom.
Wayne H. Johnson is currently in post-production on his latest feature, Ahockalypse, which he wrote, directed, co-produced, and VFX produced.
John El Manahi just wrapped up his work as Production Designer on Dementia 13, packaged and produced by Pipeline Entertainment. He also served as Art Director for the New York Unit of Xavier Dolan’s Life and Death of John F. Donovan, which Pipeline production serviced.
Steven Rosenthal remains a go-to editor in the comedy world. Most recently, he cut Big Jay Oakerson’s stand-up special for Comedy Central, as well as Triumph the Insult Comic Dog’s 2016 election coverage.
Jason Pollard just wrapped post on a new documentary about political consultant, lobbyist, and strategist Roger Stone.
Paul Lovelace is currently working on a feature documentary about NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson as he grapples with retirement and a midlife crisis.
Bethany Serpico lent her makeup and SFX skills to Pipeline’s Dementia 13 as Key Makeup Artist and Special Effects Assistant.
Chris Houghton just finished a long run on Zoo, a new docuseries about the Bronx Zoo.
Richard LeMay is the director of Pipeline’s new feature, Dementia 13, currently in post-production.
Nadya Gurevich just finished a run as art director on the true crime series A Crime To Remember. The series received a 2016 Emmy Awards Nomination for Outstanding Lighting Direction and Scenic Design for the episode “Damsel on Death Row.”
David Moyes is hard at work on National Geographic’s revamped Explorer series. He also recently worked on National Geographic’s I Am Rebel, a docuseries about outsiders finding their voices and breaking the rules.
Margot Roth recently finished cutting Human Resources, a comedic docuseries following the workers at an eco-friendly startup.
Frank Bologna is currently working on one of VH1’s most popular docu-soaps, Black Ink, which follows the dysfunctional employees of a Harlem tattoo parlor.
Lee Pacheco has been at work cutting the cooking competition show Beat Bobby Flay for the Food Network.
Prichard Smith recently screened his feature documentary The Invaders to a sold out theater in Memphis, Tennessee. He’s also currently cutting a documentary special about the Jonestown Massacre for Lifetime.
Phyllis Housen recently wrapped post-production on a new crime series from the makers of A Crime To Remember called I Witness.
Michel Mazza recently finished work on a new docuseries about the Bronx Zoo.
Richard Numeroff has had a busy few months, lending his cinematography skills to such projects as a new documentary about Apple Records and promotional materials for the premiere of J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Rebecca Luke is currently costume designing the feature film Sadie, which tells the story of a young girl grappling with the prolonged absence of her military father. She also recently wrapped production on The Breaks, a new seriesabout three friends seeking to make their mark on the hip hop industry in 1990s New York City.