Lisa Shreve is a great editor and person to have on your team. She works with focused intensity and commitment on projects. She is conscientious, detail oriented and takes pride in her work. She listens carefully to producers, takes notes well and is willing to make changes and give suggestions. Her goal is the same as yours, to make the best possible outcome, efficiently. She works quickly, makes intuitive choices, and has a great eye for the best shots
Alice Elliott, director/producer Miracle on 42nd Street, Beggar of Bedford Street (Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Documentary Subject 2003)
Lisa Shreve proved to be an excellent hire and a joy to work with on a 1-hour special for National Geographic. Her ability to take the lead in the edit while managing her colleague, polish cuts and address notes both quickly and effectively made her the perfect match for our tight deadline and aggressive re-work. I look forward to bringing Lisa in for many more projects to come.
Harrison Land, Dir. of Development, Jupiter Entertainment email@example.com 865 661 2036
Lisa is one of great ones. She has an incredible sense of story and pacing. Her talents and experience allow her to create exciting and engaging shows, no matter what the subject. Lisa is a pleasure to have in your edit bay. I can strongly recommend her for your team.
Xackery Irving, Producer/Director TLC Resident Life
Lisa Shreve edited my independent film Soldier’s Heart, which turned out to be a very wise move on my part. Lisa provided smart ideas and brought her wealth of experience to the construction of each of the incarnations that made Soldier’s Heart the fine film that it became. She works carefully and is a great collaborator. She really captured the spirit of our film along with serving the necessary requirements. I would highly recommend Lisa for any kind of film editing, because I know her other work as well — she can expertly edit a feature — a documentary — a short. And if I can help to shed any further light regarding Lisa, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Delate writer/director/producer Soldier’s Heart
Lisa is a creative and conscientious editor. On my film, Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words, she served as an associate producer during the early R&D phase and then as an editorial consultant. Her dedication to the project, from beginning to end, was remarkable. Many of her early ideas and insights are in the final film, as well as her many contributions throughout. She is the consummate professional.
Michael Pack, Director of Created Equal: Clarence Thomas In His Own Words
Lisa is terrific. Solid editor, reliable and creative. Loads of experience. Smart, a quick study. I’d hire her anytime.Please don’t hesitate to call if I can fill in more.
Jonathan Grupper, Showrunner ID Channel – Dates From Hell. JGrupper@verizon.net 973-902-2454
Lisa Shreve is not only an excellent editor, but a great storyteller. She is dedicated to her work, and easily adapts to all cutting styles. She is an incredible team player and a joy to work with. When I’m really looking for someone to collaborate with who has intelligent and fresh ideas to bring to the table, Lisa is one of the top editors I turn to.
David Jacobs, writer/director National Geographic Hardcore Hobbies email@example.com 646 251 8877
I was very lucky to have Lisa work with me on my documentary about film composers, Lights! Action! Music! She is an excellent editor and a great collaborator and did very creative work on an extremely tight schedule and budget. I recommend her very highly.”
Dan Lieberstein, Producer/Director Lights! Action! Music!
Lisa Shreve is my favorite kind of editor because she is a true collaborator. Everything is off the table except how to make the film better. Strong opinions but open minded – respectful of my choices as director. Lisa cut Sex Workers or Victims with me, a film about American teens in the US sex trade – she cuts with lot of authority which was perfect for an investigative film. This film won the 2009 Gracie Award for Outstanding Documentary Medium Length format. It was part of Oxygen’s Who Cares About Girls series hosted by Lisa Ling.
Lisa Zumwalt, writer/director Sex Workers or Victims?