Editor Mike Radtke Joins Digital Kitchen
August 20, 2015 by Screenmag
Mike Radtke has joined Digital Kitchen as senior editor, the company has announced. He joins DK following his recent 2015 Emmy nomination in Outstanding Main Title Design for the Amazon original series “Bosch.”
“I’ve followed DK’s work closely for many years as a fan,” said Radtke. “I’m incredibly excited and honored to join their talented team of creatives and editors, particularly during such an exciting growth period.”
Radtke started his professional career in Los Angeles on the set of NBC’s “Community” as a production assistant and then an After-Effects artist. From there, he held an assistant editor position at creative studio Imaginary Forces. Following a stint at boutique design and animation studio Laundry!, Radtke returned to Imaginary Forces as an editor.
While at Imaginary Forces, Radtke worked on a variety of editorial projects, including television commercials, entertainment marketing, film and main title sequence editorial projects.
In the broadcast commercial space, Radtke has worked with clients including Ra, Trucks, McDonald’s, Crest, Toyota and Sapporo in partnership with agencies such as DDB Chicago, Publicis Kaplan Thaler, DentsuBos and Saatchi & Saatchi London.
In the entertainment space, Radtke created category introduction content for the 2015 MTV Movie Awards and promo work for TNT’s THE LAST SHIP and FXM movie channel.
His TV and feature film main title work includes the opening title to ABC’s BETRAYAL, Fox’s GOODWIN GAMES and Guillermo del Toro’s PACIFIC RIM.
“I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Mike to DK and Chicago,” said Camm Rowland, executive creative director, Digital Kitchen. “We’ve been conducting an extensive search for top editorial talent to join our team, and Mike’s unique mix of experience is a perfect fit for DK’s client list and our growing full-service content production studio, DK Studios.”
Originally from Mason, MI, Radtke studied at Central Michigan University.