SANTA MONICA, CA — London editorial house Stitch has opened a new Los Angeles office. Stitch (www.stitchediting.tv) co-founder/editor Andy McGraw has relocated to lead the new LA team, which includes recently-hired editor Leo Scott, executive producer Juliet Batter and rep Millie Munro of Munro & Co.
McGraw, along with fellow founders/editors Leo King and Tim Hardy, built Stitch up over the past four years. They also run sister company Homespun, which specializes in digital content, music videos and short films.
Millie Monro, Juliet Batter and Andy McGraw
Scott has worked across commercials, film, music and documentary for the past decade, garnering two Gold Clios for editing. EP Juliet Batter was formerly a senior producer at Rock Paper Scissors. She has worked on campaigns for Adidas, Nike, Old Spice and Verizon.
McGraw and Scott have already completed work on Drake's personal short film Jungle in advance of his new album “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.” The video was directed by Caviar’s Karim Huu Do. They also collaborated on the First Bank Puppy Love spot that aired during the Super Bowl.