LOS ANGELES, USA // Steve Prestemon is an award wining editor of hundreds of commercials, as well as music videos, TV shows, fiction and non-fiction shorts, and has edited five documentary feature films.
Steve has received awards from AICP, New York Festivals, the Beldings, Tellys, and Effies; has been nominated for 3 AICE awards, shortlisted at the Cannes Ad Fest; and the feature and short films he has edited, both fiction and documentary, have played at film festivals around the globe.
Steve is currently the supervising editor on the Netflix series Fastest Car, having recently finished as supervising editor the series Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians, also for Netflix.
In 2018, he completed editing his fifth feature documentary Westerly and has also edited the feature documentaries Wild In The Streets, Meet The Hitlers, SneakerHeadz and CodeGirl, which are all available on services like iTunes, and Amazon. Meet The Hitlers is also airing on Showtime.
After graduating from Iowa State University with his BA in communications, Steve went on to graduate school at Columbia College, Chicago to study documentary directing. Steve then made his way west to Los Angeles.
Steve is a veteran of the film editing business and over the years has had the opportunity to work closely with many of the industry’s most noted directors like Tarsem, Mark Romanek, Lucy Walker, Zack Synder, Stacy Wall, Josh Greenbaum, and Morgan Neville, to name a few.
He has also worked with most of the major ad agencies like 72 and Sunny, CP+B, Wieden+Kennedy, BBDO, Deutsch, TBWA, R/GA and DnG among many others.
When Steve is not editing he is an avid world traveler which often involves some of his other interests, including snowboarding, mountain biking, scuba diving and creating and drinking cocktails.