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John T. Davis

John Davis, Offline Editor, is responsible for working creatively and efficiently with producers and clients to edit together shows that will blow people away with sound and images. After graduating the Art Center College of Design in 11989, he was hired by one of his instructors to co-edit some educational series for PBS. That opportunity gave him the creative freedom to put together shows as well as the experience of collaborating and learning from other editors and producers. Throughout the ’90s, he worked on three separate series that won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Awards. During the mid ’90’s, he learned a new editing technology known as “nonlinear” editing which opened up a whole new world. One of the early projects he had cut on the AVID editing system was “Taxicab Confessions.” Some credits that John T. is most proud of include, “So You Think You Can Dance” and “American Idol,” on which he overcame many creative challenges. Currently, John T. is working on the re-boot of an old classic game show from the ’80’s—“Love Connection”, which brings him to the love and joy of editing and working with fun, creative, talented people who feel like family.