Careers: VFX editor Ashish Raisinghani
Issue: November 1, 2018

Careers: VFX editor Ashish Raisinghani

Born from an early love for films like the alien invasion classic Independence Day and the second installment in the genre-defining Terminator series, and nurtured through his study of film and at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Ashish Raisinghani’s skills in post production have turned him into one of the industry’s youngest VFX editors.

​Currently, he is a part of the editorial team at Los Angeles’s Ingenuity Studios, where he routinely edits, assembles and adds final touches to sequences that appear within programming on ABC, Disney and NBC. Simultaneously, Raisinghani has a short in the works — the indie family drama, Willie’s Letter.

The VFX editor holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Television Producing. He has been involved in television productions that have earned some of the industry’s most prestigious awards, including Primetime Emmys and Golden Globes. These shows include ​The Walking Dead​, the multi award-winning post-apocalyptic dramatic series that’s now in its ninth season and continues to hold the title as the number one show on television among adults ages 18 to 49. Raisinghani also served as a visual effects editor on ​ Modern Family​, one of the nation’s most beloved sitcoms. The show has received more than 100 awards, including a Golden Globe Award and multiple Primetime Emmys.

Raisinghani also served as the lead editor for the short indie films K-Hole​, which has been accepted to numerous festivals, and on the documentary series ​ Your Worst​ ​Nightmare​. Other credits include the crime series To Catch A Killer​, which airs on Investigative Discovery.

Beyond his high profile broadcast work, Raisinghani uses his craft to contribute to charitable organizations such as ​411 Brand Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that’s seeking to ​bridge the gap between successful people and a generation of young people striving for success. For over 25 years, 411 has ​served the United States and other countries by arming young people with information to make better choices for a better future​.