June 23, 2005


NEW YORK - Editorial and audio post house, Bionic Media (www.bionic.tv), formerly known as Keyframe Post, has moved into a 9,000-square-foot studio in Midtown, and has added C. Scott Gorman and Andrew Malenda to its roster of editorial talent.

Known for his visual style and music-driven cutting, editor Gorman comes to Bionic following three years at Northern Lights Post. He also spent several years at MTV where he worked as an editor and producer on shows such as "MTV Uncensored," "Cribs," "Unfiltered" and "Diary."

Malenda comes to Bionic Media also following a stint at Northern Lights Post where he worked on projects for Comedy Central, Bravo and Sci-Fi. Prior to that he was an editor at Refinery, New York, where he edited spots for the Independent Film Channel, Bravo, Lifetime and ESPN. In addition to his short-form work, Malenda has also cut several indie films.

With the recent move, Bionic Media has also made significant additions to its equipment list, adding Avid DS|Nitris HD to its editorial capabilities along with three Digidesign ICON audio consoles.

"We felt we needed to grow as a company if we were going to succeed in the long-term," explains editor Steve Beal, who founded the company with Todd Feuer, "and that growth involved taking some risks and making some big investments in terms of our talent and technology."