Growing up in a strict family, I remember being limited on the amount of TV I could watch. My parents created a system where each week we were given ten popsicle sticks. Each stick was good for one TV show. Next to the fridge was a container where we placed our spent lumber. Once we ran out, we were encouraged to read a book or work on our weekly chore list (that's another story). Let me tell you, it was hell. If there was a Thundercats marathon on a Monday night, I was left with 6 days in popsicle-stick purgatory. This turned me into quite a TV critic at an early age. If I was only allowed ten shows a week, they had to be worth my time. I was addicted.
My enjoyment for TV continued through high school where I edited videos for the school's news show. In college I studied TV & Film and edited weddings on the side. Today I live in Los Angeles as an up and coming editor in the entertainment industry. I can't tell you how great it is to have a career in something you enjoy so much. I could make a log cabin of popsicle sticks from the amount of TV I watch today.
Working on Robot Combat League was both fun and challenging at the same time. There isn't anything else like this show that's on TV. Our team of editors and producers were challenged with trying to create a working format that would best fit the show. As the season progressed and episodes aired, we started figuring out what worked the best as well as what the viewers enjoyed. We continually made adjustments. The most enjoyable part of the show for me was definitely editing the fight scenes. I grew up watching shows like Transformers, Battle Bots, and yes even Power Rangers. How cool is it that I got to edit 800lb robots destroying each other?! Pretty cool I tell ya, pretty cool.
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