TBD Post has added accomplished editor, Andrea Mendoza, to its steadily expanding team. The appointment follows the post house’s recent move into a 6000sq ft state-of-the-art facility in Austin, TX.
Mendoza brings over 17 years of commercial editing expertise to her new role. Her illustrious career spans across cities and cultures. Mendoza has worked with a number of high-profile brands including AARP, Snickers, McDonald’s and AT&T. Her diverse portfolio includes commercials for both the English-speaking market and the Hispanic market. Highlights in her career include working on the hilarious AARP campaigns featuring Betty White, and the rousing #JoinFDNY campaign.
Starting out professionally in New York, Mendoza cut her teeth at Epoch Films and Ohio Edit before moving to Austin to freelance. Here, she honed her skills at charlieuniformtango as assistant editor for four years, then as editor for another seven years. Seeking another creative challenge, Mendoza moved to New York in 2014 as Editor at Cutters. With her recent move to TBD Post, the multi-faceted editor returns to Austin.
Commenting on her appointment, Mendoza says: “It’s awesome being back in Austin. I fell in love with the city when I first came here all those years ago. I never intended to leave New York but Austin just has this special draw. I was introduced to TBD Post through a friend of mine. Friends and clients kept recommending them, so I thought I’d better check them out! Aside from looking forward to working with the talented team, I’m definitely excited to edit in the newly expanded facility. That space is awesome, and I can’t wait to watch movies in those theatres!”
Ted Griffis, Founder and Editor at TBD Post, raves: “We’re excited to have Andrea working with us. We’ve continued to grow here in Austin and now that we’re able to offer turn-key post, it’s great to strengthen our roster with Andrea’s impressive commercial experience. To add a Spanish-speaking Editor is also an important asset in this emerging market. Andrea already has a great reputation in Austin and her energy and passion toward her craft shows in her work. We’re really looking forward to seeing what she creates next.”