• Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022
People on the Move
Greg Scruton returns to Arcade Edit
Greg Scruton
  • LOS ANGELES & NEW YORK
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Editor Greg Scruton has come back to Arcade Edit as a partner. He had most recently been at Cabin Editing Company where he worked for brands including Hulu, Uber Eats, Pepsi and Powerade. Scruton’s collaborations with directors Dave Meyers, Nadia Lee Cohen, Saman Kesh, Randy Krallman and Sam Brown exemplify his ability to work across wide ranging visual and comedic genres. 

Scruton began his career editing music videos, quickly receiving recognition for his work with high-profile artists like Kendrick Lamar. In 2018 Scruton took home an AICE award for his work on the rapper’s hit single “Humble.” In between cutting music videos, Scruton has nurtured relationships with such agencies as Wieden+Kennedy, 72andSunny, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners and more. Scruton has been recognized by AICP in 2020 for his work with AKQA on Palms Casino starring Cardi B and his work with Anomaly LA on Uber Eats starring a flute playing Guy Fieri.

Arcade partner and EP Sila Soyer described Scruton as “a super creative editor whose work really compliments the roster. He has a personality that you want on your team and makes work not seem like so much work.”

Arcade Edit is a bicoastal film and television editorial house established in 2008. The roster includes Scruton, Ali Mao, Brad Waskewich, Colin Patton, Dave Anderson, Geoff Hounsell, Jeff Ferruzzo, Josh Hegard, Kim Bica, Kyle Brown, Laura Sanford, Matt Laroche, Paul Martinez, Quin Williams, Sean Lagrange and Will Hasell.

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