Conspiracy Signs Editor Cory Livingston
October 28, 2015 by Screenmag
Post and production studio Conspiracy has signed national editor Cory Livingston for his Midwest projects. Livingston has collaborated with a wide range of agencies including Crispin Porter + Bogusky, DDB, GSD&M, J. Walter Thompson, the Martin Agency, Saatchi & Saatchi, and Y&R. Conspiracy cites Livingston’s clients Coca-Cola, Hulu, Mentos, MTV, Bud Light Super Bowl, and campaigns with directors Aaron Stoller, Paul Hunter, Jody Hill and the Lonely Island, as highlights of his work. Conspiracy also joins the roster of industry maven Jen Giles of Scout Creative Reps (www.scoutreps.com) for Midwest representation, effective immediately.
"I'm thrilled to partner with such a progressive, forward-thinking company," Livingston says. "So much of my work has come out of the relationships I’ve built in Chicago and its great tradition of comedy."
West Coast based Livingston began his professional postproduction career at Mad River Post, which led to an editor position at Whitehouse Post where he spent nearly a decade. A move to Filmcore and then as an in-demand freelance editor expanded his clientele even further nationally. At Conspiracy, he joins a roster in the Midwest that includes editors Steve Stein and Nate Pence, and director Ky Dickens.
“Cory’s a natural fit for Conspiracy,” Said EP/Managing Partner Joy Holbrook. “He’s a respected, long-established talent with a national following. I look forward to working with him and seeing the projects he’ll create with the ad community.”