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Audrey Kuehl

Based in Los Angeles, Audrey Kuehl has been honing her editing craft for the past nine years. A recent CSUN Film Production graduate, she has edited several narrative short films, spanning genres anywhere from heartfelt comedy to thrilling horror. Audrey has also had the great privilege to intern with the esteemed Academy Gold Rising program and the Golden Globe Foundation, where she has gained invaluable workplace experience and longtime industry connections. Currently, she is eager to continue learning new editing skills and looks forward to utilizing them when she begins working in editorial professionally.

Brittanie Maddox

I am an Assistant Editor with a passion for animation, and a goal to one day become a Picture Editor for animated features and TV shows. After time in the military and positions in law enforcement, I left for Tokyo, Japan to refocus on my passion for film and to finish my education. Those efforts pushed me to pursue positions as an apprentice and assistant editor, and opened up the opportunity to work on DreamWorks "Curses!". I aim to strengthen my technical skills and be less of a "mouse editor" so that I can focus on the creative side of editing.


Dave Kalema

Dave Kalema is a Ugandan-American documentary filmmaker who tells stories of belonging, identity, and personal transformation. He got his start as the founder of Coin Flyp Media, a video-first media company for the untold, personal stories of change that athletes experience after sports. Dave has filmed NBA, NFL, Olympic, and college athletes as well as artists at various institutions including New York’s famed 92nd Street Y and The Moth. In 2021, Dave was chosen for Video Consortium’s Sony Mentorship Program, an initiative for 16 emerging filmmakers to develop projects with professional support. Dave is also a GrandSlam Champion and Mainstage speaker for The Moth and he’s performed all over the New York City and Philadelphia areas.

David Kim

David Kim is an accomplished Korean-American director, writer, and editor with a passion for highlighting Asian and Asian-American narratives in film. He holds an MFA in Film Directing and Production from UCLA and has led several key projects, including shorts like YOUR ROOM IS READY (Editor, 2023) and FIDEL (Producer, 2023). His work has earned him prestigious fellowships such as the Edie and Lew Wasserman Film Production Fellowship and the George and Sakaye Aratani Fellowship. While he finishes his samurai short film, YAKSOK (Director, 2024), David will likely be making music or exploring new anime series, driven by his love for storytelling and cultural representation.


Flavia Romani

I’m a Venezuelan editor and motion/graphic designer based in Brooklyn, NY. I have been an assistant editor on several feature documentaries, including “Meanwhile” (premiered at The Margaret Mead Film Festival, 2024), “Paint Me A Road Out of Here” (premiered at DC/DOX Film Festival, 2024), “PBS - American Masters: Art Spiegelman" (2024, in production), “Latina Owned” (2024, in production), “Valor Y Cambio” (in production), “The Business of Birth Control” (2021), and “Dreamtown” (2014). I’m also a proud member of BIPOC Doc Editor, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, and Video Consortium. Parallel to my work in documentaries, I have being involved in online media, event production, and podcasts. I'm passionate about projects that can change the world, one pixel at a time.

Hunter Holiday

Hello! I'm a recent graduate from Howard University and I currently work as a Director's Assistant. I'm looking to gain a further aspect of the post production industry by diving deep into the technical skills of editing. I hope to use these skills to be apart of a team that inspires and makes a difference.


Jonathan Pham

First generation college graduate with a passion for Visual Effects and Post. Completing his first large feature 'TWISTERS' in Visual Effects as a VFX PA.

Kai Stephenson

With over 10 years of experience in post-production, I have enjoyed assembling and refining stories for a wide variety of clients. I’ve edited several award-winning short films on a freelance basis while balancing multiple editing roles for my current employers. One of my favorite editorial projects, "Bad Dream", was selected at the Atlanta Film Festival and nominated for the Oglethorpe Award for Excellence in Georgia Cinema. As an avid moviegoer, I hope to one-day edit films for theatrical release and provide memorable theater experiences for others.


Kellee Kindle

Kellee Kindle is an Atlanta-born filmmaker and, as of December 2023, a graduate of Oberlin College with a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema Studies. She has worked on numerous narrative and experimental projects, most recently serving as the sole picture editor for a 40-minute featurette. Although experienced in a wide variety of roles throughout the filmmaking process—including screenwriter, storyboard artist, director, 1st AD, script supervisor, best boy, picture & sound editor, colorist, film score composer, and PA—Kellee specializes as a picture editor skilled in Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, and DaVinci Resolve. Kellee is currently earning an Avid Certified Professional in Media Composer certification, a valuable next step in her journey to become an editor for a post-production studio and collaborate with fellow underrepresented storytellers.

Kimberly Prado Reyes

Kimberly Prado Reyes is a Los Angeles native with a passion for storytelling. She is a graduate of Cal State University, Northridge and also received a Post Production skills certificate from Los Angeles City College. Her most recent experience was as a vault clerk at a post-production house and an office production assistant at a Television Studio lot. She is dedicated to honing her technical and creative skills as an assistant editor / editor. Further, she hopes to shine a small light and help showcase the stories of those in underrepresented communities.


Matthew Bahrami

I am Film/TV Video Editor and AE originally from San Francisco, CA. I studied Film Production with an Emphasis in Film Editing at CSU Northridge where I graduated in Spring of 2023. I am passionate about storytelling and the precise piecing of it in the post production process. My future pursuits and endeavors include being the lead picture Editor in feature films; specifically in the action/adventure genre.

Matthew Gonzalez

Hello, my name is Matt and my passion for film derives from my desire to be an advocate for under-serviced communities. I have used my post-production skills to promote and gain funding for social programs with the Department of Parks and Recreation. My favorite aspect of this industry is the balance between art and technology. I look forward to learning more about both from the mentors of the Handy Foundation.


Nancy Aguilar

I am proudly a first generation Mexican-American filmmaker dedicated to telling stories in thought-provoking and innovative ways. My heritage makes me passionate about capturing Latin American life and social issues at large in film. Thus far I've worked freelance on many award-winning shorts and have been a post PA in trailers for many theatrically released features. Soon I hope to be editing works centered around Latinx voices for the big screen.

Sanaya Dhablania

Sanaya Dhablania is documentarian, visual artist and editor. With a recently acquired Masters in Visual Anthropology, and as an undergraduate alumna of the Cinema and Media Studies program through the School of Cinematic Arts at USC, she is incredibly passionate about documenting and sharing stories for social change. After graduating, she started on her professional journey to make a space for herself in the post-production world and has gained considerable experience as a Post-PA and Junior Assist since. Ultimately, she hopes to be a part of projects that will share the lesser-known stories of our world and inspire change in the making.


Vanessa Kao 

Vanessa Kao is a Taiwanese-American editor and assistant editor based in Los Angeles. She holds an MFA in Film and TV production from USC. Her work has garnered the DGA Student Film Award Grand Prize and BAFTA Student Award Shortlist and was screened at The Muslin House at SXSW. Currently, she is working on Europa, a Sci-Fi, dystopian short film shot on the Sony Pictures LED Virtual Production Stage.

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