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- Monday, Aug. 2, 2021
Editor Kyle Brown returns to Arcade
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- SANTA MONICA, Calif. & NEW YORK
Editor Kyle Brown has returned to Arcade Edit as a partner. He joins the editorial company after a three-year stint at Exile, where he worked on internationally recognized commercials for clients including TurboTax, Uber, Facebook, Netflix, and Old Navy. Having edited for directors such as Craig Gillespie, Calmatic, Jess Coulter, Max Malkin, AG Rojas and long-time collaborators Tim & Eric, Brown has a body of work spanning a wide variety of genres, from documentary to sports to visual storytelling to comedy dialogue.
Brown has worked with agencies like Wieden + Kennedy, Droga5, Mother, Anomaly, BBDO, The Martin Agency, Fred & Farid, and 72 & Sunny. Some of his most notable work includes the Titanium Lion-winning “Project Daniel” for Intel, GE’s “Enhance Your Lighting” Gold Pencil winner featuring Jeff Goldblum, Super Bowl darlings TurboTax and Loctite with Calmatic and Tim & Eric respectively, and the pandemic defining “Stay at Home” campaign for Uber.
From working staff at several prominent production companies, Brown transitioned into the TV world, editing a series for Starz for multiple seasons before moving back into commercials. A natural collaborator and creative problem solver, Brown is most at home in the edit bay working hand in hand with directors and creatives. For Brown, finding his way back to Arcade felt like a natural homecoming.
“The opportunity to re-join Arcade for me is the perfect fit of people, creativity, and community. I look forward to being a part of the continued success and growth of the company and to making great things alongside people I genuinely love and respect. I could not think of a better group of people to be partnering with.”
Arcade partner and EP Sila Soyer said, “Kyle is the full package - talented editor, generous collaborator, creative with business smarts and all around good human. He never really ceased being part of the family but it’s amazing to have him officially back.”
Arcade Edit is a bicoastal film and television editorial house established in 2008. Brown comes aboard an editors roster which includes Ali Mao, Brad Waskewich, Colin Patton, Dave Anderson, Geoff Hounsell, Jeff Ferruzzo, Josh Hegard, Kim Bica, Laura Sanford, Matt Laroche, Paul Martinez, Quin Williams, Sean Lagrange and Will Hasell.