Phillip Allen (Editor) has been involved with radio, television and theatrical productions since age 7. His film and video production work has been seen nationally on PBS stations. He began editing documentaries with Allen and Cynthia Mondell at Media Projects. Some titles include: Make Me A Match; Heroin Kids: Dying For Help; Funny Women; Many Facets: The Zale Legacy; Louie, Louie: A Portrait in Parkinsons; A Proud History: The Baylor Story; A Dallas Jewish Journey; WAGING PEACE: The Peace Corps Experience and in 2008, he co-produced a documentary on the history of the State Fair of Texas called A Fair To Remember. That historical production won 5 awards including a Lone Star Emmy® award and was accepted for an international film tour by the U.S. State Department. He was hired by one of the founders of Vidal Sassoon Salons and Schools, Christopher Brooker, to edit training films of the Sassoon styles. Most recently he joined Media Projects again as editor for The Legacy, at The 6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicling John F. Kennedy's works. Phil continues to edit documentaries, narrative features, shorts and corporate projects with producers and directors from around the world.
In the last 20+ years I have run my own production company, Allen Media Associates and I have had many recognized successes during that time. I feel that my education and professional experience as a producer, director, camera operator and detail-oriented editor will be very valuable to any producer, which should make me an ideal candidate as your picture editor. I bring a solid background in pre-planning, production, post-production and current distribution methods of video projects.
An EMMY® award and Multiple Telly® awards say a lot about what you can expect.
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