New York, NY – September 27, 2016 – Deluxe creative editorial company Beast
has added seasoned editor Dan Maloney to the talent roster of its New York facility. Maloney’s editorial experience spans over 16 years and includes a strong background in cutting comedy and documentary projects, with recent work for Gillette, ZocDoc, and Audi.
“Signing Dan to Beast New York is a huge win for us. Dan’s highly-regarded editorial skills, which encompass everything from documentary-style and character-driven narratives to sharp comedic touches, are widely sought-after by agencies and brands. Moreover, his many years of experience in the business will lend additional depth and understanding to our client interactions as we continue to grow a remarkable team at Beast,” said Beast New York Executive Producer Melissa Lubin.
“Beast New York has undergone a number of changes in the past year with new management, including the addition of EP Melissa Lubin, who has already brought a great deal of positive change to the office. The chance to partner with her and start a new chapter for Beast New York was an exciting opportunity I couldn't turn down,” Maloney shared.
Throughout his editorial career, Maloney has collaborated with top agencies including BBDO, The Martin Agency, and Grey as well as notable directors Speck/Gordon, the Perlorian Brothers, Phil Morrison, Mike Maguire, Steve Miller, Stacy Wall and Bennett Miller. He got his start cutting at The Whitehouse, earning a 2008 AICE Award for his Tide work and being named an emerging talent by Boards Magazine. He’s also spent time at Spotwelders, and was with Cut + Run before joining Beast. Maloney is currently working on a short documentary for Nowness directed by James Casey. His reel can be viewed here