wendy shuey • editor
 

FILM & BROADCAST EDITOR • PRODUCER • DIRECTOR

 

 

Lead Editor in film & broadcast industry for 20 years
 

Clients include:

NBC/Universal

Vice

MTV

Madrone Films

Madrone Films

Billboard’s This Week In Music

495 Productions

The Simpsons

VH1

TLC

Comcast

ESPN

Speed Channel

Current TV

North South Productions

SGP Media

E! Entertainment Television

Cablecam International LLC

Discovery Channel

Tunnel Post

FOXSports

FPMT

PBS

Apple Eye Studios

M2

Taos Film Festival

Teen People Magazine

LTN

Windowseat Pictures

Style Network

 

Education:

Virginia Tech University, B.A., Communications, Film & Video Production

Hunter College, NYC. Concentration: Film; N.S.E. program


Bio:

 

Jolted into broadcast/film industry starting with E! channel's The Howard Stern Show in NYC. Shortly

after, moved to the pilot seat as Producer/Director of Live Music Channel, a NYC based production
company producing a TV series on FOX & Warner Bros. nationwide featuring bands such as
Jane's Addiction, Metallica, Bjork, Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails and loads more. Relocated

to Los Angeles in 2002 primarily in the lead editorial seat for various networks and projects ranging

from TV series to commercials to music videos such as: One Way Out (Discovery Channel); E!

Investigative series (NBC/Universal): Death of Michael Jackson, Jaycee Dugard, Farrah Fawcett; True

Hollywood Story series; Red Bull X-Fighters (ESPN); Air Race World Series (FoxSports); Boulevard of

Broken Dreams (E!); Setup (Speed Channel); The Heroes Post Show (G4); Hilton series (NBC), Jersey

Shore (MTV), Repo Games (Speed Channel), Catfish (MTV), Suspect (MTV), Racing Promos w/ Keanu

Reeves (Vice).
 

The feature film gamut is comprised of powerful docs such as multi-award winner,

Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a documentary on the great pacific garbage patch -

mountain of plastics collect in the great pacific ocean, plastic contaminations & industrial power to

keep plastics in abundance despite its negative impact. The Black Zone is a documentary on Burmese

backpack medics sneaking into the dangerous areas of Burma's black zones for past few decades to

help wounded civilians due to the Burmese military strikes. Bon in Dolpo has also been awarded best

documentary feature in several large film festivals. The film documents five rural villages in Nepal that

have no imports/exports and have been operating and living this way since the 10th century B.C. and

practice the ancient religion, Bön.

 

 

Currently accepting one feature film per year.
 

(Promos, commercials and/or a series accepted in between features).

 

 

::For Rates & Availability::
email
 wshuey@gmail.com