NEW YORK, USA // Noelle Webb’s passion for filmmaking started with an elective cinema course. Ironically she decided to skip the editing process for her first student film, by shooting in sequence to save time. The result was a brilliant disaster, and an important lesson was learned.
Straight out of film school, she went right to work assisting some of NYC’s top commercial filmmaking talent. She cut her teeth editing comedy commercials for Burger King and Little Caesars, and early successes include a silver Clio.
With over twenty years of experience as lead editor on national and international advertising campaigns, Noelle’s love of the craft has allowed her to edit both long and short form content, across multiple sectors, ranging from fashion and beauty, to food and healthcare, strengthening her versatility as a storytelling editor.
Passionate about lending her talent and craft to causes that celebrate the human spirit, Noelle’s work includes collaborations with The Women’s March on Washington, The Actor’s Theatre Workshop, and Won’t Be Silent, a project in development about music and resistance. The native New Yorker lives in Queens, with her family of four humans and one dog. In her free time, Noelle enjoys writing bios, and pretending to be a photographer.