NEW YORK CITY — Creative editorial company PS260 (https://www.ps260.com) has announced a series of promotions. Colin Edelman and Colin Reilly were both recently promoted to editor, while Laura Lamb Patterson was bumped up to executive producer.
Photo (L-R): Colin Edelman, Colin Reilly and Laura Lamb Patterson
Colin Edelman has a dynamic cutting style and affinity for all things tongue in cheek. His work includes projects for MM LaFleur and Chance the Rapper, E*Trade’s "Don't Get Mad" campaign and Burger King's infamous mascot. He is no stranger to longer-form pieces too, including cutting a feature video for the 2012 Democratic National Convention with Barack Obama, several television pilots and short films, and a feature-length documentary currently in the festival circuit that questions the NYPD's use of chokeholds.
Colin Reilly started at PS260 11 years ago and is homegrown, having climbed his way through the ranks. An insightful and strategic editor, Reilly has worked on campaigns for Coca-Cola, Harry’s Razors, Grey Goose Vodka, Google, Facebook, Peloton and AT&T. He also works on long-form pieces and short films, including a short about social justice issues and solitary confinement in prisons for a series called Motion Poems. His work has taken him to various domestic locations, where he’s set up his own four-wall edit bays, and internationally to Tokyo and Lisbon.
Laura Lamb Patterson has been working in advertising since 1998, including gigs with Messner, Vetere, Berger, McNamee; Schmetterer/Euro RSCG; DiMassimo Brand Advertising and Havas. She jumped over to post production, starting with three years at Final-Cut NY, and since 2010, at PS260, where she has worked on commercials for brands like M&M’s, Powerade, Harry’s, Google, Citi, AT&T, Monster.com, JetBlue and Intel. She has the experience of seven Super Bowl spots under her belt, including one in 3D. In addition, she helped the company expand with the opening of offices in Los Angeles and Boston.