Los Angeles Film Editor Focused On Vision, Product And People.

I believe in customizing each project to meet your desired qualifications.  Browse my most recent projects below and reach out for future collaborations where you need a Los Angeles Film Editor.

Los Angeles Film Editor Clients

About Me.

Zachary Anderson is a Los Angeles Film Editor helping brands tell their stories

Originally from Orange County, Zach embarked on his film career by attending the renowned Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University. Overall, his strengths of well-defined storytelling and innovative ideas lead him to achieving his B.F.A in film production with an emphasis in editing.

Over the past ten years Zach has worked on four feature films which have been theatrically released including; Consumed (starring Zoe Lister-Jones, Victor Garber, and Danny Glover), Cassidy Way, Smiley and @UrFrenz. @UrFenz was screened at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

As a Los Angeles Film Editor he has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of diverse content and production which has led to his overall well-rounded editorial vision. One of his biggest strengths consists of comedic editing along side such companies as Funny or Die, of Gary Sanchez Productions, and Comedy Central. His other work consists of editing high profile content for GQ Magazine, UFC, MTV, H&M, Disney and Paige Denim all of which continue to enhance his versatile and ever evolving editing career.

Fast and Efficient

I'm a fast and efficient editor that will save money in the long run.

Music and Sound

Strength in finding the right piece of music and crafting a first-class comprehensive sound design.


Knowledge in After Effects for clean titles and graphics.


Organized and prepared projects so transfers and archiving is easy.

Press and Awards

“In a series of hilarious videos directed by Lauren Palmigiano, Hall shows how she
uses her Jameson Desk Decoy to navigate her own SPTO.”
People Magazine
“Comedy Central is sitting on its best digital sketch series since Astronomy Club…” Vulture
“Seriously, why? We are asking because we don’t know how anything works.” Stephen Colbert, The Late Night Show
“But a few questions lingered, like a runny nose that won’t go away. Why would anyone pay to make themselves sick? And was this product—and this company—actually real?” Time Magazine
“But now a startup claims that it has an unusual solution to this problem: used tissues.” The Guardian
“Consumed tackles the ongoing controversy over genetically modified food, but it does so in a different way from so many other socially conscious projects: It’s a political thriller, not a documentary.” Variety
“…Thoughtful drama that may eventually prompt other filmmakers to apply any number of stylistic interpretations to the debate surrounding genetically modified foods.” Hollywood Reporter
“The film is also the first of its kind to dive into such issues within a fictional framework and with a recognizable angle…” IndieWire
“Pepsi Next was able to develop an on-message, humorous ad that features characters that look remarkably like those racing each other in the desert in Coke’s ad…” Forbes
“[T]he series delivers the authentic perspective of two Haitian-Americans and is set in the diverse backdrop of inner city Miami.” Variety
“Grown has its quirks, such as the onscreen motion graphics that convey text messages and social media posts…There was a shift in tone to make it less niche and more relatable” Miami Times
“A surprisingly effective low-budget horror film that takes as its true villain the casual cynicism and nihilistic misanthropy that so often go along with online culture.” LA Times
WINNER, Method Film Festival – Best Feature FIlm
“[UrFrenz] offers the flipside to Fincher’s hyper-male realm – it’s just as much about the ways women and girls treat each other.”  LA Weekly
“UrFrenz” really special isn’t educational, but emotional”  Variety
“UrFrenz” earns distinction for its generally keen focus on the treacherous intersection of adolescent instability and the more reckless corners of online “connecting.”  LA Times

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