ABOUT

I grew up outside of Buffalo, NY. I was involved in almost anything you can think of; volleyball, basketball, softball, student council, musicals, playing the trumpet; you name it, I was probably doing it.

I studied communications at SUNY Fredonia. While there I was able to dive into WNYF-TV, the student run television station. I spent time producing, shooting and editing content and held the positions of Programming Director and General Manager. Internship credits from WKBW-TV and Nickelodeon allowed me to graduate a semester early.

In 2003 I moved to New York City and have since been producing and editing content to build what is now a very diverse portfolio. I’ve worked with major production companies throughout New York City, Chicago, and Boston on over 400 projects for film, TV and digital media.

My long-form work extends from documentary films like Generation Startup, which I completed in 2016, to my work for television, which can be seen on ABC, NatGeo, VH-1, TLC, HGTV, and more; including two of Food Network’s highest-rated primetime series: Food Network Star and Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off. I held the position of Lead Editor for TLC’s What Not To Wear and VH-1’s Swab Stories.

My short-form promo and digital work showcases my ability to produce and edit intricate stories in a compressed amount of time. I have a knack for streamlining content, while still keeping the viewer connected and engaged. My 100+ videos for Barack Obama’s re-election campaign hit over 21 million YouTube views, were shown at the 2012 Democratic National Convention and have been featured by major media outlets including CNN, CBS News and Time Magazine. You can also see my short-form work featured on Nickelodeon, HillaryClinton.com, Vogue.com, Refinery29.com, One.org, and more; including Food & Wine’s James Beard Award nominated web series Mad Genius Tips.

Kim’s speed, creativity, work ethic and the fact that she is just a wonderful person in general makes her an absolute must hire. She will be a great addition to your team.

Stephen Muller, Director of Video @ Obama For America

Besides being incredibly fast, Kim has an amazing ability to set the tone of any piece she works on.

Tara Power, Producer/Owner @ Decoupage Productions

Kim is totally comfortable with getting wildly loose direction from me, or getting a pretty serious papercut/script. It is rare to come across an editor confident with both. Either way I left her she inevitably came back quickly with brilliant work.

Sierra Lindsey, Video Producer @ Obama For America