Bionic Media, the New York City-based editorial and audio post house founded by editors Steve Beal and Todd Feuer (formerly known as Keyframe Post), has added C. Scott Gorman and Andrew Malenda to its editorial team. The company has also added Avid DS|Nitris HD to its equipment roster, as well as three Digidesign's ICON audio consoles.
In addition the company recently moved to a new, fully customized 9,000 square-foot space in midtown Manhattan.
Beal notes that the changes reflect both the company's commitment to creating an environment that best serves their clients' needs and to provide the type of infrastructure that will ensure long-term success and corporate growth.
"We felt we needed to grow as a company if we were going to succeed in the long-term, and that growth involved taking some risks and making some big investments in terms of our talent and technology," Beal says. "We have a creative lineup here that is second to none; I don't think New York has seen a collection of such diverse talent like this under one roof in years. I'm proud of the fact that we've built a reputation not only for doing great work, but also being a great company to work with."
Gorman comes to Bionic following three years at Northern Lights Post, New York, where he worked with such clients as USA, MTV, Sony Music and Comedy Central, and following several years at MTV where he worked as an editor and producer. In 2000, Gorman began a freelance career where, in addition to continuing his relationship with MTV, he edited such shows as “VH-1's Top 50 Soundtracks of All-Time,” “VH-1's Rock Across America” and Oxygen's “Trackers.”
Malenda also comes to Bionic Media following a stint at Northern Lights Post where he worked on spots for Comedy Central, Bravo and Sci-Fi. Prior to that, he was an editor at Refinery, New York, where he edited spots for the Independent Film Channel, Bravo, Lifetime and ESPN. In addition to his short form work, Malenda cut several indie films.
In addition to Gorman and Malenda, Bionic Media's roster includes
editors Beal, Feuer and Dan Fisher. The audio department features engineers/composer/sound designers Andy Avitabile, Jody Nazzaro and Brian Rund.
Visit www.bionic.tv for more information.