Michael J. Green

Michael J. Green is a video editor raised in Honolulu and educated in New York. He has worked at Chromavision since 2011, where he is senior editor and colorist. He works regularly with Magnolia Pictures, Oscilloscope Laboratories, Zealot Inc., Film Rise, GKids, and many agencies local to New York City.

His focus is using image, sound and editing to tell stories with efficiency and clarity, and learning the right tools to present that content to the world.


New York University

Tisch Schools of the Arts - Film & TV Production


Editing - Premiere CC & Final Cut Pro 7
Color Correction - DaVinci Resolve with AVID Euphonix Board
Graphics - After Effects, Photoshop, mocha
Compression - FFmpeg, Compressor, AME
Distribution - DVD & Blu-ray, Digital Cinema Package, WebM
Digitizing - AJA Kona and Blackmagic DeckLink, HD and SD tape


John Hemmer & The Showgirls - Colorist - Short Documentary (2017)
Lucky Chow - Colorist - Half-hour TV Program, 7 episode season (2017)
American Veteran - Colorist - Feature Documentary (2017)
So Long - Colorist & VFX - Music Video (2016)
Refuah Health Center: Orientation - Producer & Editor - Instructional Videos (2015)
Front Cover - VFX and Finishing - Feature (2015)
APA Profiles - Editor - 4 Short Docs for AstraZeneca Company Event (2014)
Musical Chairs: Behind the Scenes - Editor - 20 min DVD Feature (2014)
Street Pillow or, The Sidewalk Sleep - Producer & Editor - Short Film (2011)
Gallatin Arts Festival 2010 - Producer & Editor - Short Doc (2010)


"Spectacle: The Music Video"
April 3–June 16, 2013 at Museum of the Moving Image

"In This Film Industry It Really Helps To Be a Blockhead"
Wall Street Journal story, October 6, 2007

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