In the fast-paced world of video production, it’s often said that editing is the hidden art that brings the entire production to life. Behind every captivating video lies countless hours of meticulous editing, seamlessly weaving together footage, sound, and visual effects to create a compelling narrative. The editing process plays a pivotal role in transforming raw content into a polished masterpiece, ensuring that the final product resonates with the intended audience.
Eric Pio is an editor who has established himself as an indispensable asset to Lemonlight, consistently delivering outstanding work that captures the essence of our clients’ needs. As is the theme for members of our Post-Production team, Eric’s attention to detail, combined with his keen understanding of storytelling techniques, has enabled him to breathe life into a diverse range of videos.
We recently caught up with Eric to discuss his time at Lemonlight. We discussed his favorite project and some valuable knowledge he’s acquired, which he believes is crucial for newcomers entering the production industry. Check out the full interview below:
How many years have you worked with Lemonlight?
I’ve had the privilege of working with Lemonlight for one year and four months.
Favorite project at Lemonlight?
The City of Philadelphia – Department of Public Health campaign. It was an incredibly fulfilling experience to be a part of.
What’s the best part about working with Lemonlight?
The team! Everyone I know at Lemonlight is super capable, polite, and fun.
Why do you love the video production industry?
Because it grants me the opportunity to collaborate with remarkable individuals and embark on a constant learning journey. Each day brings new challenges, and the process of editing videos allows me to tap into my creativity while continually expanding my knowledge and skills.
What’s your favorite crew meal?
Our team in Brazil loves Coxinha! Coxinha is a traditional Brazilian snack, consisting of shredded chicken enveloped in a doughy, teardrop-shaped shell, which is then breaded and deep-fried to perfection. Come visit us and try it, friends!
Do you have any advice for those just starting in the industry?
Video production can be challenging, demanding, and fast-paced. However, it’s important to remember that everyone involved is trying their best to deliver exceptional work. Make sure you help your crew and try to make clients happy. Don’t forget to smile and always be gentle :).