Editing, like sound design, is an invisible art. When done correctly the viewer won't notice it's happening (although some stylistic choices are designed to be bold and noticeable). At its core, editing is just cutting. The trick however is to know when to cut, which I believe is something you have to feel and not overthink. With my background in sound design, I can edit while thinking about how sound can harmoniously work together with editing. That way sound design isn't just something tacked on at the end. With my background in music, it's also influenced my sense of timing and pacing as well. Whether it's for a trailer, music video, or short film I will find the best and most impactful way to edit your project.