Dallas-based Post Asylum has added editor Bradley Thurman to its roster. With more than 10 years of industry experience, Thurman spent two years as an editor at Reel FX and had a nine-year run with Fast Cuts. His body of work includes national spots for Salvation Army, American Home Shield, Chuck E. Cheese and the Texas Lottery.
Thurman — who edits on Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere — hit the ground running with Post Asylum, cutting a 12-spot campaign for Dallas County Colleges, plus a couple of spots for Albertsons grocery store (pictured).
“Bradley’s already written and successfully pitched a comedy script for one of our consumer electronics brand clients,” notes Post Asylum EP Graham Hagood. “This addition further solidifies Post Asylum as a concept-through-completion, one-stop-shop for motion content across all media.”
Post Asylum offers concept development, creative direction, design, production, editorial, animation, visual effects, VR/experiential, original music and color/finish. And they recently combined forces with animation studio Element X. The two fully integrated shops are aligned with Pure Evil Music.