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Taylor Walker

Since the age of 10, Taylor has been growing her industry knowledge by editing, directing, and producing. She continued this practice into adulthood by pursuing and receiving her Bachelor of Science in Cinema and Photography from Ithaca College. Since then, Taylor has edited for numerous outlets including MTV and Exposure Labs. She has also worked as an assistant editor for A+E, Paramount+, and LinkedIn. Taylor's personal work is greatly influenced by her Southern Black American upbringing. She has directed, edited, and produced several award-winning shorts that highlight her culture; including her current project, a 2D animated short, "The Candy Lady." This film had a successful Kickstarter campaign, received the "Project We Love" Kickstarter Badge and Creative Capital x Skoll Creator Fund, and was pitched at DOK Short n’ Sweet at DOK Leipzig. When Taylor is not developing concepts, she focuses on developing herself by trying new hairstyles, making delicious plant-based dishes, and returning to her flight attendant roots by traveling any place her feet, a plane, or a train may take her.

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Thea Wiggins-Clark

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TeShima Brennen

TeShima Brennen is a visual storyteller, documentarian, and editor based in Brooklyn whose work centers stories lesser told. TeShima completed their Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication Media and minor in film studies on 2013. They are currently student at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, with a focus on video reporting and production covering race, gender, and sexuality. They were selected for third-semester documentary program at Columia. TeShima has over 6 years of freelance videographer, producing, and editing experience and is excited to journey further into the documentary world. Their work has been featured in numerous film festivals including NewFest, Out on Film, and the Pan African Film Festival. ​

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Tim Tsai

Taiwanese American filmmaker and editor interested in non-fiction work that challenge our understanding of the world around us. Previous work as editor include the feature documentary SEADRIFT (Slamdance '19 / PBS), the "pure cinema" feature YAKONA (SXSW '14 Audience Award), the short doc series AUSTIN REVEALED: PIONEERS FROM THE EAST (Austin PBS), and the reality show SHIPPING WARS (A&E). I hold an MFA in filmmaking from the University of Texas at Austin, and am a Firelight Media Documentary Labs alumnus. I’m based in California’s Central Valley, seeking remote collaborations.

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Toi Juan Shannon


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Taffy Lashley

To me, editing is real-life magic, and throughout my educational/creative journey, I loved becoming a "magician" in a sense. I have edited short films, commercials Youtube videos & News packages, but am very passionate about documentary-style film that tells like a narrative, combining my love for fiction with the medium of non-fiction. I have worked on my own documentaries as well, mainly human interest stories, but am eager to work with any subject matter. My goal is to amplify misrepresented & underrepresented voices in our diverse society, giving a more accurate and holistic representation of the world. The word "representation" is more than just a trigger phrase used in professional settings- it is key to our understanding of the world from child to adulthood. If you have a similar goal, I'd love to collaborate with you and make your visions come true.

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Tia Hoover

Tia is a Los Angeles based TV Editor, with a specialty in reality/unscripted story telling. In 2019 she won a Peabody Award for her work on Surviving R. Kelly, which tackled the numerous allegations surrounding the scandalous lifestyle of entertainer, R. Kelly. As a Texas native and UT graduate she worked her way up from post PA, to now a seasoned editor at Bunim Murray Productions. Tia has a passion for all genres of story story telling, with favorites in documentary, comedy, and competition.

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Tamer Hany Hassan

Tamer Hany Hassan is a filmmaker and editor. His films have been screened at Viennale, Art of the Real at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Mar Del Plata International Film Festival, EXPO Chicago, and elsewhere. He received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has been a fellow at The Flaherty Film Seminar and UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art. His work as an editor has been screened internationally including at Oberhausen Film Festival, Sharjah Film Platform, and Anthology Film Archives. He was invited to participate in the Berlinale Talents program in 2021.

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Tony Yip

I have been working as an assistant editor for a few years in unscripted television but am looking to work in documentary film, which is what I love to watch when I'm not working. Having proven my technical skills as an AE, I'm ready to explore more creative avenues as an associate editor. My background is not film related at all. I went to engineering school and worked in information technology at an investment bank for many years. Surprisingly, I've found that my technical skills have translated easily into assistant editing.

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Tracy Cring

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Tiffany Jiang

I'm a Chinese-American filmmaker and editor who gravitates towards stories about identity struggles, cultural taboos, and personal traumas. I edited my thesis film and a variety of shorts in Premiere. I completed a short intensive course in Avid and am confident I can pick up the skills needed fairly quickly. I have an extensive education in Communication Design so I'm able to produce marketing materials, graphics, and interface designs as well. I'm based in Brooklyn and am looking for local opportunities or remote! Education: Documentary Film (Certificate), Media Studies (MA) - The New School '23 Skills: Premiere, Avid, After Effects, Photoshop, Lightroom, InDesign, Illustrator, Figma, Sketch, Miro, Asana Festivals: Seattle Asian American Film Festival, FascinAsian Film Festival, Centrally Isolated Film Festival, Auntyland Film Festival, Houston Asian American & Pacific Islander Film Festival, Baby Teeth Film Festival Member: A-Doc, Video Consortium, DCA

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Thais Nepomuceno

Born in February 1987 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She grew up in the Vigário Geral, a peripheral area of the town. During her teenage years, she took part in social/cultural programs at Lona Cultural Joao Bosco and Lona Cultural Jacob do Bandolim, which were Cultural spaces for residents of peripheral areas, Where she was first introduced to Theater and technical lighting. Since 2001, she’s been taking part in the cultural scene of the marginalized communities. Currently living in Berlin, she has experienced a variety of productions. Working as Live Video Design Director for the Live Performance Black Power Naps at Sophiensaele; as a Researcher for José Barahona's "Alma Clandestina" documentary, about political refugee Dora Barcelos who lived in Berlin in the 1970s. In 2019, performed as Light Designer for the performances “Banana Pride” at English Theatre Berlin and “Texas” at Acud Macht. In documentary filmmaking, besides the Project Herdeiros (Heirs), which she researched, produced, directed and edited; she worked in the project “Unser Wald Brennt” for the German TV network ProSieben and in the short documentary film “Frontlines of all kind” by scholars Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa; in the latter she also edited the piece. Thais has been increasingly in touch with her ancestry and aware of the importance in occupying art spaces as a woman of color.

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Taina Carrion-Perez

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Tsukasa Kozuma

I am graduating from Utah Valley University in the Spring of 2023. I was born and grew up in Japan. I am still new, but I am a spread learner. I like musicals, drama, fantasy, and sci-fi movies.

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Thiago Zanato

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Tomoko Hirasawa

Tomoko Hirasawa is an award-winning Japanese editor based between the UK, Spain and Japan. She is currently available as editor and assistant editor. Her film credits include the award-winning short Mitaka Sumo School (2017) and feature documentary Bound (2021). She also assisted on a feature drama Doors (2021). She has edited films on a wide range of themes from climate crisis, racism, LGBTQIA+ to abolition of nuclear weapons. She has been working for clients such as WWF, Amnesty International, and Change.org. She first discovered her passion for editing VJ-ing in Tokyo nightclubs while studying an BA Social Science (2007). During this period, she made her first documentary film on the human resource centre for the elderly. Her films were screened at the art exhibitions such as Spiral Independent Creators Festival (2004). To pursue film editing, she moved to the UK to study at Arts University of Bournemouth (2008). Since then, she worked on numerous projects including theatrical release and independent short film.

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Teki Cruickshank, ACE

Hello! Although most of my credits are in reality television, I just wrapped on a documentary for HBO called Slave Play. It was a pleasure to work on it and I find working in the documentary genre to be extremely educational as I learn so many new things as I edit. So, I would like the opportunity to work on more doc projects. Thanks!

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