James Culbertson is an editor with additional supporting skills in still and motion photography, motion graphics, visual effects, and color correction, all integrated in creative service to story and message. He is comfortable working in teams or on his own.

Recent projects include:  "The Hall of Giants: The Story of Fremont and the Troll," a feature-length documentary edited for Producer/Director Michael Falcone; motion graphics design for  "Song of the New Earth," a feature-length documentary (Woody Creek Pictures) which premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival in May 2014;  "Mississippi Remixed," a TV-length documentary edited for Ottewell Productions, about the state of race relations in Mississippi, aired on PBS stations nationally in February 2014;  "All That We See or Seem," a narrative-short edited for producer/director Jessika Satori which won Best Western at the Action On Film Festival 2013;  and a series of Savers / Value Village Halloween commercial spots for Theatrical & Broadcast release in America and Canada (for Channelready, Inc.).

Other recent clients include: Amazon / Nation 9, Committee for Children, Cox Playpalooza, Emerald City Graphics, Microsoft, Redbox, Safeco, and various independent producers.


"Don't run after poetry. It penetrates unaided through the cracks."
              — Robert Bresson