The Band of Heathens - Sugar Queen (Official 360 Video)
Directed along with Monique Walton, this 360 music video for the Band of Heathens' single "Sugar Queen" premiered on RollingStone.com. Produced by Hunt, Gather, the video was choreographed by Lucy Wilson and features dancers from BLiPSWiTCH and NunaMaana. To view in 360, the video must be watched in Chrome on desktops and using the YouTube app on mobile. Official Selection - Austin Music Video Festival.
Ten year-old Basil sets out to find his mother when she disappears while on vacation in Hawai'i. Official Selection - Austin Film Festival (Nominated - Best Student Film), Hawaii International Film Festival, LA Shorts Festival
• written and directed by Timothy Edwards • produced by Elizabeth Chatelain and Timothy Edwards • cinematography by E.J. Enriquez • edited by Timothy Edwards • original music by John Wilde • starring Trey Bumpass, John Ratliff, Mylinda Royer, Tony Silva
Theodore must grant his grandfather's last wish the night before his grandmother's funeral. Single for the first time in sixty-five years, the old man wants the company of a young woman. Official Selection - Texas Filmmakers Showcase, Newport Beach Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, Dallas Videofest
• written and directed by Timothy Edwards • produced by Catherine DeMartino and Timothy Edwards • cinematography by E.J. Enriquez • edited by Timothy Edwards • original music composed and produced by Justin Sherburn • starring Carl Guthrie, Megan Minto, Charley Devany, Amory Casto, Jerry Turman, Eva McQuade, Hilah Johnson and Stephanie BoWell
Deep in the heart of Texas Bill Collings and his merry band of luthiers build some of the finest guitars on the planet.
• directed by Timothy Edwards • cinematography by Timothy Edwards, Monique Walton, Roshan Murthy • edited by Timothy Edwards • music by Joe McColley
Noogie's Time to Shine (2018)
I served as Editor on this independent comedy-nior feature, which is currently wrapping up post-production. Having pulled off a caper worthy of Edward G. Robinson or Steve McQueen, Ned “Noogie” Krapczak goes on the lam with $3 million in stolen twenty dollar bills. Noogie works his way down the east coast on this great escape, disguising himself by using the names of characters in some of his favorite movies. Based on the cult novel by Jim Knipfel. Written by Erik Horn, Bradley Parrett and Brandon Potter. Directed by Erik Horn and Bradley Parrett.
I cut this spot featuring elite distance runner Noah Droddy for FloSports, Saucony, and Mile Split. Come for the running, stay for the grooming tips!
The Band of Heathens - "All I'm Asking" (Music Video)
I was thrilled to serve as Editor on the music video for the Band of Heathens single "All I'm Asking." As a guitar player, there's a special place in my heart for projects involving music and performance.
Introducing the Legend!
I had a lot of fun as Editor, working with NASCAR and Racing Electronics to put together this video for the launch of the Legend!
A Force in Nature: Jóhann Eyfells
I was an Additional Editor on this independent documentary feature. My focus was on vérité scene work. Filmmakers Hayden Yates and Vishwandi Shetti explore the life and creative energy of Icelandic-turned-Texan artist Johann Eyfells.
Eat These Fish! (2016)
I served as Editor on this video campaign for the Environmental Defense Fund. Eat These Fish! highlights twelve species caught in the United States that exemplify what happens when we shift to smarter fisheries management. They are representative of a growing list of sustainable, abundant and delicious American seafood that you should feel great about sourcing, preparing and consuming.
Human to the Power of N (2016)
I was Editor on this ad campaign for Humann.
Amelia Boone, to the Power of N (2016)
I was Editor on this ad campaign for Humann.
Acanvas Kickstarter Video (2016)
I was Editor on this Kickstarter video for the tech startup ACanvas.
Shipping Wars: Bringing Down the Gumby House (2015)
I was an Additional Editor on this season of A&E's Shipping Wars, responsible for the assembly and rough cuts of this scene, and others.
My 600 lb Life: 7,000 Calories a Day (2014)
I was Lead Assistant Editor on all eight episodes of TLC's My 600 lb Life, Season 2. I managed a team of three Assistant Editors as we logged and organized over 1,200 hours of raw footage. I also helped cut assembly scenes for some of the episodes.
WEB | The Salon at SXSW Presented by MediaCom
A sizzle reel I cut for MediaCom at SXSW 2015. Editing was performed onsite with less than 24 hour turnaround.
WEB | Beats by Dre @ SXSW 2012
A sizzle reel I cut for Beats by Dre during SXSW 2012. Editing was performed onsite, with less than 24 hour tunraround.
WEB | The Sound and the Jury Finals 2009 DellLounge
I was Editor on this web video for Dells' The Sound and the Jury finals ROCKED! The Top 5 finalists met at Antone's nightclub in Austin for an evening of some serious musical competition. All night, the club was filled with cheers, crowd surfing and the sweet smell of victory when the winner was announced.
WEB | Dead Venues Live: Club Foot (S1, E1)
I was Editor on this web series for Dell. A huge part of Austins music scene in the 80s, Club Foot (which lived where the Frost Bank Tower now stands) helped break such seminal punk legends as The Skunks. Veteran musician/writer Jesse Sublett talks with Ume frontwoman Lauren Larson about Club Foots checkered past, shedding light on the history of this venerable Austin institution.
DOCUMENTARY FILM | The Other Side of Immigration
I worked as Assistant Editor on this independent documentary feature. Based on over 700 interviews in Mexican towns where about half the population has left to work in the United States, The Other Side of Immigration asks why so many Mexicans come to the U.S. and what happens to the families and communities they leave behind. Through an approach that is both subtle and thought-provoking, filmmaker Roy Germano provides a perspective on undocumented immigration rarely witnessed by American eyes, challenging audiences to imagine more creative and effective solutions to the problem.