Editorial/post-production company Lost Planet has brought on Andrea MacArthur and Amanda Perry to further cement its roster of editors.
MacArthur wields a wealth of industry experience, from co-founding Whitehouse Post Editorial to launching her own operation, Peepshow Post Productions in 2001, before overseeing its alignment with NO6 in 2013. During her career, MacArthur has collaborated with notable agencies; Anomaly, BBH, Mother and Wieden + Kennedy, working alongside world-renowned directors such as Dante Ariola, Jake Scott, Noam Murro and Rupert Sanders. MacArthur, who has cut projects for brands including Nike, Xbox, Pepsi, Levi’s and Lexus, has earned Cannes Gold Lions, D&ADs, Clios, One Show Pencils and is also part of the permanent archives of the Museum of Modern Art with The AICP Awards.
Perry has longstanding ties with MacArthur, having partnered with her fellow editor at Peepshow in 2002 and helping establish the company as an award-winning, global editorial boutique that specializes in commercials, content, short films and music videos. Perry, who has also earned her share of Cannes Lions, Clios, D&ADs and One Show Pencils through efforts for Levi’s, Orange, Playstation, Nike, Coca-Cola, Mercedes-Benz and Ford, has worked with filmmakers such as Antoine Fuqua, Malcolm Venville, Emil Moller and Traktor and agencies including BBH, CHI, DDB, Mother and Ogilvy.
Now at Lost Planet, the pair will contribute their vast editorial knowledge and unique vision into the company’s already robust team. Lost Planet EP Krystn Wagenberg praises the pair, saying “I’ve been a huge fan of Andrea’s work since we first met at The Whitehouse London, so it’s exciting having her on our roster. Amanda’s incredible talent and body of work speaks for itself. Immediately after sending her reel, we had two clients wanting to book her. Their complement of comedic, visual style and storytelling work only makes our team stronger.”
About Lost Planet:
Lost Planet Editorial, Inc. is a boutique commercial and feature film editorial company led by landmark editor Hank Corwin.