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Andy Green, Sean Fazende named editors At Cut+Run
Sean Fazende (l) and Andy Green
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Cut+Run has promoted Andy Green and Sean Fazende to editors. Both editors are based in L.A. and available to work via any Cut+Run location. 

Green is known for his penchant for cutting comedy and dialogue. Over the last year, prior to assuming the editor title at Cut+Run, Green cut Cisco with GS&P, OXO via Muhtayzik Hoffer, and Cesar with BBDO SF. With Jay Nelson, Green contributed to projects with such noted brands as Gatorade, VW, Microsoft and Old Navy. Green was formerly at Bob Industries where he was an editor who worked closely with director Zach Math on such projects as KMART’s “Ship My Pants” and “Yo Mamma” via Draftfcb Chicago, and GameStop for The Richards Group. He edited Elias Sime: Eye of the Needle, Eye of the Heart, a short film directed by Dayton/Faris for an exhibition at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. For Jason Reitman, Green edited Roast Battle, the NSFW docu-short about the no-holds-barred verbal boxing match where comedians compete in a battle of wits and insults. The film was part of the official lineup at Sundance 2016 and has toured festivals around the country. 

Three years ago, Fazende joined Cut+Run where he has fostered his talent for music videos, editing for such artists as Disclosure feat, Lorde, Smashing Pumpkins, Zayn Malik, and Selena Gomez (2016 VMA nominee “Kill em with Kindness”). Working alongside Steve Gandolfi, Fazende parlayed his fast paced editing style and love of sports into commercial work for projects including “Take It” for adidas and Wilson’s “From Federer.” During his junior year at Boston University, Fazende took a summer internship in Los Angeles, which ultimately lead to staff positions at Arcade and Beast, before coming to Cut+Run.

“Andy and Sean are both amazingly talented editors--they’ve already made an impact on the industry and Cut+Run,” commented managing director Michelle Eskin. “It’s great when you have the opportunity to give recognition where it is due, in this case by officially naming them editors at the company.”