Creative editorial studio Cabin Editing Company has announced the addition of new editors Greg Scruton and Debbie Berman to its roster, as well as the promotion of Scott Butzer to editor. The trio of talent significantly bolsters Cabin’s roster, adding depth across mediums and creative styles for clients whether in commercials, music videos, branded content, or short form storytelling.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Greg and Debbie to our roster and to officially elevate Scott, who has been doing great work with us for several years,” said Carr Schilling, managing partner at Cabin. “Each of these talented editors brings varied experience and visual styles to our team, which is not only a benefit for our clients but also for the rest of our roster as we collaborate and share ideas.”
Award-winning editor Greg Scruton (above) joins Cabin from Arcade Edit, and brings an innate talent for visual storytelling and comedy. He has worked on dozens of high profile commercials and music videos throughout his career including Pepsi’s 2019 Grammy’s spot 'Okurrr' starring Cardi B, Palms Resort Casino’s star-studded 'Unstatus Quo,' and Kendrick Lamar’s iconic 'Humble' music video, for which he earned an AICE Award. Greg has long standing relationships with some of the ad world’s top agencies and directors including Anomaly, Wieden + Kennedy, 72andSunny, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Dave Meyers, Nadia Lee Cohen, and many more.
Feature film standout Debbie Berman joins Cabin on the heels of her successful run with Marvel Studios, having recently served as an editor on 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' 'Black Panther,' and 'Captain Marvel.' Her strengths as a storyteller extend across mediums, with experience editing everything from PSAs and documentaries to animated features. Now expanding her commercial portfolio with Cabin, Debbie is currently at work on a Toyota campaign through Saatchi & Saatchi; she will continue to work in features as well.
Cabin’s Scott Butzer was recently promoted to editor after joining the company in 2017 and honing his talent across many platforms, including commercials, music videos, and documentaries, with particular strengths in visual storytelling, narrative, and automotive work. His recent credits include 'Every Day Is Your Day' for Gatorade celebrating the 2019 Women’s World Cup, 'The Professor' for Mercedes Benz, and Vince Staples’ 'FUN!' music video. Scott has worked with many top ad agencies and directors including TBWA\Chiat\Day, Wieden + Kennedy, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Team One, Marcus Sonderland, Ryan Booth, and Rachel McDonald. Scott previously held editorial positions at Final Cut and Whitehouse Post, and he studied film at the University of Colorado at Boulder.