| Editor|| 1997 - Present|
| August 1, 1967 (age 49) (1967-08-01) London, England|
MaryAnn Tanedo, Mark Palermo, Joseph Kahn, Bruce Berman, Ari Gold
David Blackburn (editor) Wikipedia
David Blackburn is an award-winning film editor. Blackburn attended art school in the UK. David later moved to Los Angeles where he has cut dozens of high profile and iconic music videos for artists like Moby, Britney Spears, Pharrell Williams, Eminem, Gwen Stefani, Ladytron, Will Smith, Katy Perry. David won the MVPA’s Best Editing Award in 2005 for Blink 182’s "Always-" The video for the song was shot in Sydney, Australia with director Joseph Kahn and featured a ground-breaking technique where the screen is spilt into three equal horizontal strips, but with similar action taking place at different times in different parts of one room staggered to simulate three continuous camera takes which perfectly sync up in a complimentary narrative.
David has also edited major studio feature films including Warners Brothers’ action film “Torque” for director Joseph Kahn and the coming of age film "ATL" for director Chris Robinson (director). He has also edited indie features, such as "Adventures Of Power", which debuted at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and "Detention", which premiered at SXSW 2011 and the award winning documentary feature "Why We Ride."
David's work includes commercials for major brands, and Adidas "MiCoach". won the 2011 AICE Award for editing.