NEW YORK - Editor Malcolm Jamieson has joined Wonderland Productions in Soho where he will work with film, documentary, broadcast and promo clients.
Jamieson first met the Wonderland team in 1999 while at HBO. Principal Bill McCullough and John Wiggins - the owner of Wonderland Productions' audio post company, Wonderland Sound and Bill's partner in No Wonder Music - were working at the cable network when Jamieson was hired. In 2000, Wiggins and Jamieson collaborated on the documentary "Playing The Field: Sex and Sports in America" with Wiggins providing sound designing and Jamieson handling the edit.
Jamieson graduated from the Glasgow (Scotland) School of Art in 1991 and earned his post-graduate degree in electronic imaging. He remained in his homeland after graduation, working as an editor in the film, television and visual arts markets. In 1996, he moved to the States where he built his career working on features in New York.
His credits include "Series 7: The Contenders," a satire of reality-based TV and game shows, which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival; John Walsh's romantic comedy "Pipe Dream," starring Mary-Louise Parker; and "Kill The Poor" about the gentrification of New York City's Lower East Side in the 1980s.