Editor Geraldine Garcia-Esquivel Signs with charlieuniformtango
October 15, 2014 by Screenmag
charlieuniformtango has signed internationally recognized editor, Geraldine Garcia-Esquivel to be represented exclusively by the company in Texas. Garcia-Esquivel will remain in New York City, and continue to work with her current and new clients.
Geraldine was born in Caracas, Venezuela and studied in Santiago, Chile, where she received her degree in Audio and Visual Communications and montage film editing. Garcia-Esquivel has previously worked with Beast, Los Angeles, and RedCar, New York. Garcia-Esquivel has worked with many top-tier directors including, Simon Bross, Sebastian Caporelli, Pier Luca di Carlo, Jose Antonio Pratt, Claudio Prestia, Cote Silva and Matt Smuckler. She has worked on high-end spots for clients including McDonald’s, Pantene, L'Oreal, Maybelline, Humana and more. Geraldine received Bronze and Gold AHAA Awards in 2009 for her editorial work with Tecate Light and Wendy’s, and a Telly Bronze award in 2010 for her work on McDonald’s.
“I was attracted by charlieuniformtango’s reputation. I’d had the opportunity to work with their team on a couple of projects for McDonald’s awhile back. I was so impressed by the talent here, and by the way everyone treated the client and me. In this business, it’s rare to find so many talented people who also happen to be really nice. I’m excited to be represented by charlieuniformtango in Texas, and I’m looking forward to editing both English and Spanish-language projects with their team.”
"We are so excited to be representing Geraldine in Texas,” Lola Lott said. “I have enjoyed getting to know her, and look forward to working with her in the future. She’s a very talented editor, with a great eye and intuition for timing. Her skill in high fashion and comedy gives us a broad range to offer both our English and Latin clients. She’ll bring very strong credentials and abilities to our Texas clients.”
In addition to her editorial accomplishments, Geraldine has also directed award-winning short films on topics she is passionate about, including human rights, children, and music. She has just completed a music video for the Colombian band, Bomba Estéreo, and is currently working on a documentary about the prison system in her home country, Venezuela.