(New York, New York--September 27, 2016) Deluxe
creative editorial company Beast
has added seasoned editor Dan Maloney to the talent roster of its New York facility. Maloney’s editorial experience spans over 16 years and includes a strong background in cutting comedy and documentary projects, with recent work for Gillette, ZocDoc, and Audi.
“Signing Dan to Beast New York is a huge win for us. Dan’s highly-regarded editorial skills, which encompass everything from documentary-style and character-driven narratives to sharp comedic touches, are widely sought-after by agencies and brands. Moreover, his many years of experience in the business will lend additional depth and understanding to our client interactions as we continue to grow a remarkable team at Beast,” said Beast New York Executive Producer Melissa Lubin.
“Beast New York has undergone a number of changes in the past year with new management, including the addition of EP Melissa Lubin, who has already brought a great deal of positive change to the office. The chance to partner with her and start a new chapter for Beast New York was an exciting opportunity I couldn't turn down,” Maloney shared.
Throughout his editorial career, Maloney has collaborated with top agencies including BBDO, The Martin Agency, and Grey as well as notable directors Speck/Gordon, the Perlorian Brothers, Phil Morrison, Mike Maguire, Steve Miller, Stacy Wall and Bennett Miller. He got his start cutting at The Whitehouse, earning a 2008 AICE Award for his Tide work and being named an emerging talent by Boards Magazine. He’s also spent time at Spotwelders, and was with Cut + Run before joining Beast. Maloney is currently working on a short documentary for Nowness directed by James Casey. His reel can be viewed here: http://www.beast.tv/author/dan-maloney/
About Deluxe’s Beast
Deluxe’s Beast is an award-winning editorial house inspired by storytelling and innovation, specializing in film editing for the advertising, digital and music industries. Since 2006 Beast has serviced a global clientele that includes Nike, AT&T, Fitbit, Yelp, Gatorade, NASCAR, State Farm, BMW, Mercedes Benz, General Motors and other top brands. Notable projects include the Mini Cooper Super Bowl 50 spot “Defy Labels,” Always’ “Like a Girl: Girl Emojis,” Avicii's 360-degree music video “Waiting for Love,” and the John Roecker feature documentary “Heart Like a Hand Grenade.” Beast has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Austin, Detroit and Atlanta, as well as the ability to enable virtual outposts. Beast is part of the Deluxe group of creative companies that includes Company 3, Method Studios, Deluxe VR and and more, allowing for an unparalleled network of post-production services.
About Deluxe Entertainment Services Group
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. is the global leader in digital services and technology solutions for content creation and delivery. Since 1915 Deluxe has been a trusted partner to Hollywood studios, independent filmmakers, TV networks, online content producers, brands, and anyone looking to bring stories and experiences to audiences. Deluxe Creative companies house the world’s top talent, amplified through a unified technology and business infrastructure to streamline processes, move media seamlessly, and connect our teams globally. Deluxe Delivery Solutions offer everything clients need to transform and deliver content in any format and release or broadcast window, for any recipient, to any device and destination. With headquarters in Los Angeles and New York, and operations in 25 key media markets worldwide, the company relies on the talents of 7,000 of the industry’s premier artists, experts, and innovators. bydeluxe.com