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- Wednesday, Sep. 12, 2018
Editor Lauren Dellara promoted to Rock Paper Scissors’ roster
People on the Move
- LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK
Rock Paper Scissors has promoted Lauren Dellara to its roster for commercial representation in the U.S. Dellara is the latest in a long line of editors who began their career as an assistant under the mentorship of editor Angus Wall and Rock Paper Scissors.
Dellara (affectionately known as LD) has quickly built an impressive client base, with her most recent commercial project being Nike’s hyper-viral “Dream Crazy”--the collaborative anthem celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the “Just Do It” campaign, starring Colin Kaepernick for Wieden + Kennedy. Other projects include Nike Basketball’s “Chosen One” with director Hiro Murai--the creative mind behind Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” and Atlanta on FX--as well as, The North Face, Calvin Klein, additional work for Nike, Netflix and a music video for Sza’s “Broken Clocks.”
Rana Martin, executive producer at Rock Paper Scissors LA, said on the promotion of LD to the company roster, “Lauren’s dedication has paid off with an amazing year for her, with some of our most celebrated clients asking for her by name to edit their highest profile commercial projects. Not only is she part of the heart and soul of our creative campus, she has the acumen of an editor beyond her years.”
Dellara studied filmmaking at Loyola Marymount University in her native Los Angeles before following the full path from intern to assistant editor to editor at Rock Paper Scissors.