BROOKLYN, NY — Blue Table Post (www.bluetablepost.com) recently welcomed editor Dana Bol to its creative collective. Known for developing engaging and authentic narratives in both advertising and long-form documentary, her list of credits include work for Gillette, HP, US Navy, Esquire, Heineken, Nautica and Ford, as well as experiential multi-screen installation projects for L’Oreal, NBC Universal and WWE, among others.
Bol recently edited a documentary project via Blue Table Post about philanthropist Doris Buffet. The successful collaboration led to a conversations about deepening the alliance.
“Dana and I have known each other for many years, and I have long admired her ability to shape stories that are rooted in human connection,” explains Blue Table Post founder/editor Oliver Lief. “She’s someone who places emphasis on fostering connections, which is evident in her storytelling, client relationships and her working with integrated creative teams.”
“There are so many elements that make this an exciting and welcome opportunity for all of us,” Bol adds. “Among them, the ability to unite our shared interest contributing to a diversity of content, and to help give further voice to the special experience that Blue Table Post provides. Constructing stories that have emotional voracity is an honor – whether for a brand, in a documentary or a live experience.”
Bol is a member of Free The Work, and has played key roles at a number of noted companies. She was the founder of both Arc*light Editorial and Tallgirl. Her time stewarding companies and building teams gives her an appreciation for Blue Table Post’s mission. In addition to her ability to craft a story through editing, Bol is experienced in motion graphics, animation and compositing