Tyler Walk (Alum, September 2006)
Editor, The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (Tribeca 2017)
I graduated college with a B.A. in Film and Video Production. Soon after, I enrolled in the Art of Editing six-week course. I was blown away by the state-of-the art equipment and very talented instructors. Not only did the instructors teach the technical aspects to editing, but also explored artistic theories and ideas that they have learned in the field. They were incredibly insightful and always willing to answer questions -- an incredibly strong asset that separates The Edit Center from other film and video schools.
Leaving the course with credits on feature films and strong connections have lead to regular freelance video editing work. The instructors really helped me prepare for my career, not only technically and artistically, but also professionally. Being a working editor in New York City is possibly the coolest job in the world, and I owe an enormous amount of my success to The Edit Center.
Tyler has worked as an assistant editor on: "Martin Scorsese Presents: Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows;" The Recruiter for Oscar-nominated director Edet Belzberg; and on the PBS program "NOVA."