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Page 45 of 51 44 POST JANUARY 2015 CHRISTJAN JORDAN Rock Paper Scissors recently welcomed editor Christjan Jordan to its Los Angeles offi ce. Jordan is best known for his comedic and character-driv- en editing. He spent the past six years as one of the original editors at Arcade Edit. His editing career began in a small, dark room at a local TV station in his hometown of Portland, OR. After moving to LA, he joined Cosmo Street, where he worked on projects for VW, Burger King and Miller Lite. Other notable work includes the Will Ferrell/Dodge Durango campaign out of Wieden + Kennedy Portland. POST MAGAZINE (ISSN 0891-5628) is published monthly by Post,LLC, a COP Communications company, 620 West Elk Avenue, Glendale, California 91204. Subscription rates: $63 for one year in the United States & Possessions; $94 for one year in Canada and Mexico; all other countries $133 for one year. For air-expedited service, include an additional $75 per order annually. 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Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personal use, or the internal or personal use of specifi c clients, is granted by is granted by POST, LLC for libraries and other users registered with the Copyright Clearance Center, 222 Rosewood Dr. Danvers, MA 01923 phone: 978-750-8400 fax 978-750-4470; call for copying beyond that permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law. For those not registered with the CCC, send permission request in writing to Permissions Dept. POST, LLC 620 West Elk Avenue, Glendale, California 91204. DAN WALSH New York's Hyperbolic Audio recently welcomed Dan Walsh as senior audio engineer. Since 2001, Walsh has worked as a lead mixer for such New York post facilities as Tonic, North 40 Music and most recently, Penny Lane Studios. Aside from his Emmy Award-winning work on Five Years of YES, his other projects include commercial mixes for BMW, L'Oreal, McDonald's, Allstate, GMC, Pepsi, CBS, Toyota, Verizon, Subway and Mazda, as well as reality series and promo work for networks that include HGTV, AMC, TV Land and WE. He has also worked on long-form projects such as Animal Planet's Call of the Wildman, Discovery's Doomsday Castle and the PBS children's series, SeeMore's Playhouse. JESSE AVERNA Sesame Street editor Jesse Averna was recently honored by American Cinema Editors and pre- sented with a plaque, enlisting him as an affi liate member of the organization. Averna's accom- plishments as an editor include four Emmy wins for multi-camera editing. He also serves as the host of the popular #PostChat forum. EDDIE RINGER Editor Eddie Ringer has joined the creative roster at Wildchild + Bonch, the New York and LA- based editorial, design and production collective founded by editor Yvette Piñeyro. Ringer joins Wildchild after a six-month stint freelancing for a variety of Bay Area ad agencies, among them Goodby Silverstein + Partners, BarrettSF and Godfrey Q. Prior to that he spent over eight years at the independent Sausalito agency Butler Shine Stern + Partners (BSSP), where he edited and directed high-profi le ad projects that encompassed TV spots as well as longer-format Web videos and digital executions. PEOPLE SHANNON LORDS Stardust, a design-centric, fully-integrated pro- duction company, has added executive producer Shannon Lords to its Los Angeles team. She will oversee the day-to-day management of the company's projects and its growing roster of live-action directors. Lords joins Stardust from her former position as EP/managing director of Morgan Spurlock's Warpaint, a commercial and content company. She brings a wealth of knowl- edge in live-action, and an understanding of the entire production landscape. SEAN STARKWEATHER Santa Monica visual eff ects studio ArsenalFX, which specializes in high-end commercial eff ects, has named Sean Starkweather creative director. With expertise in the full gamut of commercial production — from the concept and design phases through fi nal fi nishing — Starkweather is looking to further the studio's reach with cli- ents in the design and graphics sectors. Prior to joining ArsenalFX, Starkweather was a creative director at Stardust, fi nishing some high-profi le spots for brands such as Air Jordan, Samsung and Starbucks. Prior to that, he completed creative direction on campaigns for Toyota, Yahoo!, Blackberry RIM, Microsoft, Hyundai, US Cellular and BP. CARLOS PEREZ New York-based production company Base- Camp Entertainment welcomes multidisciplinary creative Carlos Perez to its directorial roster. With more than 17 years of brand experience, Perez will put his experience towards the company's contin- ued growth in the US Hispanic market, producing high-end commercials and branded content. Perez is also the founder of Elastic People, a Mi- ami-based design agency that specializes in inte- grated branding campaigns for global brands and celebrities. Weaving fi lm, design and branding, Perez has creatively directed campaigns for Nike, Reebok, Pepsi, ABC, Trump and Deutsche Bank. ED CAPP Sound Devices, the audio and video products company based in Reedsburg, WI, has named 12-year company veteran Ed Capp, VP of sales. In his new role, Capp will oversee and manage the Sound Devices global sales team, further promot- ing the company's entire range of products, while continuing to strengthen the Sound Devices reseller and distributor network. During his tenure with Sound Devices, Capp has been instrumental in signifi cantly expanding the company's reach around the world, including the company's key Southern California markets, as well as Asia.

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