Film & Television Editor
Kimberly has edited professionally for over 20 years. She specializes in documentary and unscripted storytelling but has also worked on trailers, promos and scripted content.
She was part of the Emmy winning Netflix series Queer Eye and has had her documentary films screened at festivals around the world. Her film Conducting Life won Best Short Audience Award at the Naples International Film Fest, Film Miami Fest and Best Short at the Miami WidescreenFest, Miami Springs International Film Festival and Film Miami Fest.
Her Television work has been broadcast on Netflix, A&E, ABC, VICE, Discovery+, NatGeo, MTV, Food Network and more. She has also edited/produced hundreds of videos for digital platforms. Most notably, Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and Fellow Americans’ targeted ads during the 2020 pandemic, BLM protests and presidential campaign.
She began her career in the fast-paced world of live TV as a videographer and editor at ABC News (Buffalo, NY) and as a control room PA and Graphic Artist for Nickelodeon’s U-Pick Live. Her deep knowledge of various aspects of production allows her to seamlessly transition onto any project, format or genre that is thrown her way. She can effortlessly switch between Avid, Premiere or Final Cut Pro and has experience working with After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition, DaVinci Resolve and more—making her an asset to any production. Her references would say that she is known for her leadership, work ethic, problem solving and organizational skills.
In her free time she loves traveling, hiking, taking photographs and visiting family in her hometown of Buffalo, NY.
Showrunner, Girls Incarcerated
“There simply aren't enough words to describe how much I LOVE working with Kim. She is creative, she is diligent and most important she is thoughtful in her editing. She takes great care in how she crafts story in the edit."