Brandon Osterman has served as producer and editor of feature films, commercials, music videos and shorts seen by millions of viewers around the globe. His films have been selected by some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals and exhibitions, including the Cannes International Film Festival: Director’s Fortnight exhibition and the National Gallery in London.
He has been editing and supervising post-production for film and television since 1998, working across a variety of platforms including, AVID, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Speedgrade, Pro Tools, Autodesk Maya, and DaVinci Resolve.
His projects include work for large international clients like Wix.com, “Sol De Inverno” (one of the highest-rated TV dramas in the world), concert videos for international recording artists Nico Vega and The Naked and Famous, as well as a diverse catalogue of competition shorts and independent feature films.
Osterman earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Computer Animation from The Savannah College of Art and Design, as well as a Master of Arts degree in filmmaking from The London Film School. In 2016 he founded the SCADFILM training initiative for the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Georgia. There he programmed world-class training programs attended by more than 2000 filmmakers, and hosting an esteemed lineup of guest instructors including: Edward James Olmos, Glen Morgan, Amy Heckerling and Richard Donner. He now serves as producing partner with an Atlanta-based film production company, currently developing feature film projects with studio partners in Los Angeles and Europe.