David E.K. Abramson is a film & TV editor based in Los Angeles, California.

Availability

  • CURRENTLY:  Step Up: High Water Season 2
  • NEXT AVAILABILITY:  around January, 2019

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PREVIOUSLY:
Edited Seasons 2 & 3 of Shadowhunters on Freeform (1-hour fantasy/action/drama)
Edited Seasons 4 & 5 of Switched at Birth on Freeform (1-hour drama)

Résumé

  • Résumé (PDF) – v 2018-05-23
  • IMDb
  • Motion Picture Editors Guild member since 1998
  • Education:
    • MFA, USC graduate production program
    • BA, Reed College, Physics

Selected Clips


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Equipment

  • Two AVID MediaComposer v8 editing systems
  • DaVinci Resolve v11 color correction with AVID control panel
  • RED Rocket card (4K)

Studio Proven

Creative picture editing – from theatrical features to one-hour drama series – is my usual bread & butter.

Past employers have included ABC Family / Freeform, Amazon Studios, SONY/Columbia, Columbia International, Disney, Disney TV Animation, Dreamworks, Paramount, and Warner Bros.

Notable projects include Freeform’s Shadowhunters (based on Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series), Freeform’s Peabody Award-winning series Switched at Birth, Amazon Studios’ 2015 single-camera comedy pilot Table 58, SONY/Columbia’s documentary concert film Michael Jackson’s This Is It, and Dreamworks’ sci-fi miniseries Taken, executive-produced by Steven Spielberg.

Indie Friendly

Between larger feature and TV projects, I occasionally take on interesting independent features and non-narrative programs.

Past projects have included Tamas Harangi’s award-winning debut feature thriller The Advocate, James R. Gorrie’s award-wininng debut feature drama The Indian starring Matt Dallas, an elaborate 45-minute documentary on the making of Wolfgang Petersen’s classic film Das Boot coinciding with its 30th anniversary Blu-ray release, and a concert film for Sky performed by Matthew Morrison of Glee.

Selected Articles

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