DALLAS — 3008 Editorial (www.3008.com) has signed editor Doug Bryan, the former owner and editor of Post-Op. He brings 25 years of editing experience to the studio, having cut award-winning commercials, documentaries, feature films, music videos and shorts.
Post-Op closed its doors after 17 years, though Bryan continued editing on a freelance basis. Some of his commercial credits include campaigns for TXU, HEB, Medical City, Corona, Wawa, Motel 6, Goodyear and Pepsi.
“Post-Op was somewhat of a local institution, which is similar to how I always perceived 3008,” says Bryan. “When I got to know the 3008 team, I realized how very talented and unique this group of people are. With my experience, I look forward to bringing a positive, insightful dynamic, to compliment this great team of talent.”
Beyond his editorial experience, Bryan is also a seasoned musician who has released solo records and scored commercials. Whenever possible, he loves to blend his passion for music with the storytelling he does in the edit suite.
“Having known Doug for several years I’ve always admired his talent, passion and knowledge of our industry,” notes 3008 owner/editor Brent Herrington. “At 3008, he can focus solely on the editing aspect of his projects and there’s no telling how far he will push this new chapter in his career. We’re very excited to have him on board.”
In addition to editing services, 3008 also offers turnkey production services.