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- Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019
Editor Joe Siegel joins LVLY
People on the Move
- NEW YORK
Editor Joe Siegel--whose interests in visual storytelling have taken him from DC Comics to his current incarnation as a sought-after creative editor--has joined LVLY, the recently rebranded content creation and creative studio in New York. He comes over from Crew Cuts, the New York editorial shop where he launched his career in post.
As an editor, Siegel has a feel for the ebb and flow of human stories, as seen in a B&W spot for Coach which follows a skateboarder as he travels on his board from Brooklyn to Manhattan and back. Siegel’s deft sense of rhythm and timing is also seen in his short film for the Range Rover Evoque and its “City Evocation” series, which profiles artists as they work in New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans.
Siegel says the move to LVLY makes sense in terms of where the industry is headed, as well as where he’s going as an artist. “LVLY is the next logical evolution in postproduction, bringing so many of the dynamic elements that go into creating great work under one roof,” he explained. “Collaboration is a hugely important aspect of post-production, and that’s at the forefront of their new structure and identity.”
LVLY EVP and managing director Wendy Brovetto, who leads LVLY’s editorial and live-action teams, said Siegel’s skill sets and versatility are a perfect match for the company’s purview. “We’re looking for artists and producers who want to experiment in varied genres and disciplines, and we clicked with Joe on that level immediately,” she noted. “His work reflects a wide range of styles, and while he’s well-versed in the thirty-second spot, he was looking for a home that would afford him not only the chance to work in different forms, but also one that could provide all of the collaborative services a project or client needs, such as VFX, design and finishing.”
Siegel said, “Joining LVLY presents an opportunity for me to stretch and work on projects outside of the traditional definition of a ‘commercial.’ They’re involved in so many things, from fashion and beauty to experiential and VR – I see all of this as opportunities for me to enhance my skills and broaden my craft.”
At LVLY, Siegel joins a talent roster that includes Olivier Wicki, Chrissy Rabe, J.P. Damboragian, Bruce Ashkinos, Geordie Anderson, Noelle Webb, Aaron Dunkel and Bryan Andes.