Kristina P Motwani
{608} 334-3921 ● 

Creative and accomplished Video Editor, Director, Story Consultant and Producer with a reputation for delivering award-winning projects on time and on budget. Versatile and collaborative professional with the ability to synthesize artistic and technical skills into polished productions.
Work Experience

Kristina Motwani Editorial
Video Editor, Director, Story Consultant and Producer ● June 2008 – Present
Clients include:
The United Nations, Clear Card, Groundswell Productions, Runaway Films, Northcutt Productions, Trust Women Productions, The Wisconsin Coordinating Council on Nicaragua, Gunshop, Better Propaganda, Chipotle, and Verizon.
Films include:
Midnight Traveler, Futbolistas 4 Life, Fruits of Labor, After Tiller, An Honest Liar.​​​​​​​
Al Jazeera - AJ+
Video Editor ● December 2014- December 2018
In house editor for AJ+ Short Docs, a collection of documentaries from around the world published on Al Jazeera’s new online network, AJ+. Nominated for a regional Emmy award and won awards from SF Press Club and Society of Professional Journalists.
Discovery Digital Networks
Video Editor ● November 2012- November 2014
In house editor for DNews, a daily science news show with over 900,000 subscribers along with branded content for Sony and Element14. Received both Stellar Star and DLighter awards.
Independent Television Service
Series Editor, Staff Editor, Production Coordinator ● September 2009 – November 2012
In house editor for emmy-award winning PBS broadcast television series Independent Lens, Global Voices and FUTURESTATES.  
Charter Media
Post-Production Coordinator ● September 2006 - June 2008
Liaison between producers in the field and the editing staff.  Managed projects and materials, scheduled edits and maintained production calendars.
Technical Skills
Video Editing and Graphics: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Server, Compressor, DVD Studio Pro, Apple Motion, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe After Effects, CatDV.  Mac and PC.
Bachelor of Science- Art, Video and Photography - University of Wisconsin 2006

Back to Top