Editor turned director TG Herrington signs with Threaded Pictures
August 22, 2019

Editor turned director TG Herrington signs with Threaded Pictures

DALLAS — Threaded Pictures (www.threaded.pictures) has signed director TG Herrington, representing him for commercial and branded content work in the state of Texas. Herrington is a multi-faceted filmmaker with a diverse body of work. He is known for his ability to create extraordinary stories and performances from even the most ordinary of people. 

His feature documentary, A Tuba to Cuba, at SXSW last year, captures the deep roots musicians in his hometown of New Orleans share with musicians across the Gulf in Cuba. He recently finished concepting, shooting and directing Paul McCartney’s Come On To Me, and currently has several projects in development.
“I’m stoked to be working with TG again,“ says Threaded Pictures executive producer Brian Hwang. “We’ve always had such a great working relationship, and I’m so excited to introduce his talents to our clients in Texas. Not only does he have a strong background in producing and writing both long and short format work, he’s also an exceptionally talented editor – something that both boosts his skills as a director and gives him the ability to cut his own footage. Plus, TG is fluent in Spanish, which further opens up his options. I couldn’t be happier about bringing him on board.”
Born in New Orleans, Herrington spent his formative years at boarding school in Argentina, which he credits as giving him a strong, worldly perspective. He began his career at Red Car in Hollywood, editing commercials and music videos for such noted directors as David Fincher, Michael Bay and Michel Gondry.
His post production experience parlayed a move into the director’s chair, filming commercials for Nike, Budweiser, Toyota and other global brands. In 2011, at the urging of director and frequent collaborator Simon West, TG signed on to edit the action film The Mechanic. The experience of having worked in the feature film arena led Herrington to his first foray into directing narrative via the award-winning film Mr. Okra, which became an official selection at both Sundance and Cannes.