(New York, New York--March 12, 2013) ShootersNYC, the creative multi-dimensional content company, has welcomed versatile talent, Editor Dave Bradley, to its diverse roster. The announcement was made this morning by Managing Director/Executive Producer Jeff Beckerman. Bradley, who began his career at such well-known editorial houses as Red Car, Crew Cuts and Go Robot; edits both comedy-dialogue and Beauty spots. A popular talent with ad agency creatives, Bradley is focused on editing commercial campaigns, but has made a recent foray into directing and producing.
To view some of Editor Dave Bradley’s work go here: http://shootersnyc.com/editorial/dave-bradley/
“We are thrilled to have Dave join our team here at ShootersNYC,” notes Beckerman. “He is a truly talented Editor, and is so easy to get along with that clients simply love him. Dave is a unique talent able to work simultaneously in very different genres. He fits very well in our entire company’s talent roster. Dave is an amazing asset, as we continue to grow in the New York market.”
A native of California, Bradley started his editing career in Los Angeles at Red Car. When he moved East, he continued to develop his talents through Crew Cuts, Go Robot and Final Cut. Now working for many years in New York City, Dave enjoys cutting both comedy-dialogue and Beauty spots that allow exploration of design and Visual-FX. Bradley has edited many notable spots for such clients as Olay, Miller-Lite, Verizon, Vonage, Optimum, IBM, Colgate, and Sears. He has collaborated with award-winning Directors such as Joe Pytka, Eric Joiner, Carolyn Chen, Edouard Nammour, Adam Jones and David Chase, to name a few. Bradley has become highly sought by agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather, TBWA/Chiat Day, Y&R, Gardner Nelson, Havas, JWT Chicago and Saatchi & Saatchi. His editorial spot work has landed him a few Lions, LIAAs and Clios; and he?s been mentioned in SHOOT Magazine?s “Best Work You May Never See” for a spec piece he produced, directed, and edited.
“I really love the attitude and energy here at ShootersNYC,” explains Bradley. “I’m excited about bringing my talent and clients to the company; and continuing to grow in the New York market where there are so many opportunities. ShootersNYC is incredibly nimble, but also has incredible resources in its New York and Philadelphia studios, so we can offer a diversity of services to agencies, which they need in the current landscape. I love editing commercials, but I’m also excited about my recent exploration into web-based and longer-format, original content. Everyone here is passionate about my editing, as well as my directing/content creation, so I immediately knew this is the perfect place for me.