June 6, 2008


An award-winning editor of commercials, music videos and features, Klevin's long-form credits include Real Women Have Curves, starring America Ferrera, and the 2007 Oscar winner for Best Documentary Feature, Taxi to the Dark Side, which is finishing a theatrical run and will have a broadcast debut on HBO this September. She also teaches part time at the Columbia University School of the Arts, Film Division.

Anderson has worked on projects for MTV, AT&T, ESPN, LG, and Motorola. He began his career as an editor at Karl Marks Editing in his native Sydney back in 1997.

MacLean joined Blue Rock in 2003 and before that was managing director of Invisible Dog. She also served as East Coast editorial producer on U23D - the live-action 3D concert movie.

"For years, whenever I called Sloane, she would answer the phone with 'Are you ready to open in NY?,’" explains Union partner/EP Michael Raimondi. "This time, my answer was, 'As a matter of fact, yes.'"

Union NY is already at working on several projects. Anderson is cutting a campaign for Above the Influence, directed by Brent Harris and Pugsley of Rabbit. Klevin is contributing toward a worldwide Toyota campaign via Dentsu. Her first projects at the new studio included two Covergirl spots and a Kraft campaign.