Boutique post production company Work Editorial is excited to welcome distinguished editor Trish Fuller to their New York team.
Further strengthening Work Editorial’s ties in both the US and the UK, Fuller hails from Glasgow, Scotland, and cut her chops at Whitehouse Post London before moving to New York for the launch of Whitehouse’s New York office in 2002. Fuller is a talented, trusted, and accomplished editor who has spent the past 14 years establishing herself in the city, forging invaluable creative connections and compiling an impressive reel of major spots and campaigns. Work’s own expansion, from London to New York and Los Angeles, feels particularly aligned with Fuller’s own, and the company is thrilled to announce that they will now be growing together.
Fuller’s previous editing credits include Macy's campaigns with Barry Levinson; Liberty Mutual with Tony Goldwyn and Stylewar; Verizon with Phil Morrison; a Drug Free America campaign for Hill Holiday, directed by Eric Stoltz, which won a Cannes Gold Lion; a Martini Campaign starring George Clooney directed by Francois Girard; Glamour’s series of short films directed by Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson; a high-profile Sprint campaign for F&P directed by Stacy Wall; and many more.
Fuller’s sharp-eye and effective narrative sensibilities are also on full display in a recent split screen ad for Coach starring Mariel Hemingway and her daughter Langley Fox. Fuller’s natural affinity for storytelling also made her an obvious candidate to cut the star-studded Rock The Vote campaign directed by Brody Baker, and most recently, a high-profile National Parks campaign out of Grey directed by Floyd Russ.
Fuller joins editors Cass Vanini and Ben Jordan, as well as partners editor Rich Orrick and Executive Producer Jane Dilworth, who also both relocated to Work’s New York office just over a year ago joining New Yorker EP Erica Thompson. Rich has already made an impact on the US market with notable jobs like AT&T’s “Closer to Home” for BBDO/NY and director Frédéric Planchon, as well as Nike’s “Short a Guy” for Wieden+Kennedy and Stacy Wall.
Jane, too, has been accruing an impressive host of credits in her new role, and is ecstatic to have Fuller join her. “Having Trish on board to help us build the New York office is such a thrill. Not only is she a tremendously talented editor, she is a joy to work with: inspiring, galvanizing, and fun.”
Fuller herself cannot wait to dive head-first into the many creative opportunities that Work Editorial will provide, and, as such, she will be available for projects at all Work offices, both domestic and abroad. “Work has relationships with directors and agencies in both the US and the UK,” Fuller says, “and that fluidity is incredibly appealing to me. I get the best of both worlds: signing on with Work is like a new beginning, and also a coming home.”