LOS ANGELES — Nomad Editing Company (https://nomadedit.com) welcomes LA-based editor Brandon Porter as its newest partner. Formerly a ten-year veteran of Whitehouse Post, he joins fellow Nomad partners Jennifer Lederman, Glenn Martin, Jai Shukla, Jim Ulbrich, Amanda Moreau, Adam Schwartz and Jared Coller as they map out the future of the company.
An Emmy-nominated editor, Porter boasts a resume that includes both long-form and commercial projects. His credits include work on the Adidas World Cup spot God Level and the 2021 EA Sports: Madden. Porter describes his editing style as being geared towards action and sports, with epic moments featuring an emphasis on visual effects.
Outside of advertising, Porter cut the Wireless series, produced by Steven Soderbergh and starring Tye Sheridan, as well as the HBO short film Black Boy Joy, which follows three generations of black men struggling to juggle the demands of raising a young son with autism. Additional credits include U Shoot Videos? and State of America.
“I first started chatting with the Nomad team a little over a year ago,” Porter explains, “and as our conversations progressed, it became abundantly clear that I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to join this amazing group of people. As partner, my goal is to support and elevate our incredibly talented roster of editors so that we can push the limits of creativity in this industry. We’ve also got some really exciting things coming down the pike this year that I can’t wait to talk about.”