Two Editors Join Conspiracy’s Post-Production Roster
February 9, 2016 by Screenmag
Conspiracy has added fashion, beauty and visual storytelling editor Kyle Howard, while New York-based narrative and Spanish speaking editor Namakula signs to the roster for Midwest representation. The company’s production team also continues to develop, announcing Alexis Jaworski as Associate Producer.
Howard joins from New York’s Moondog Edit. Often sought by producers and creatives for his knack at cutting music and graphics driven creative, Kyle has cut commercials for a host of fashion and beauty brands, including Victoria’s Secret and Avon, as well as blue chip companies like Ford, Pepsi, and State Farm.” Since moving to Chicago he’s already breaking through to top local agencies FCB, Energy BBDO and R/GA.
“When I got here, I was really impressed with the ad scene,” said Howard. “There are so many talented, creative people in this city. And I’m incredibly proud to have joined the outstanding pool of talent here at Conspiracy.”
Howard is a San Francisco native who began his career on the feature film THE CHRONICLES OF NARIA: VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER while he pursued his degree in film and media culture at Middlebury College in Vermont. Howard has also brought life to commercials for directors such as Ken Burns and Michael Bay.
Based in New York, editor Namakula prides herself on editing dialogue and narrative projects. A storyteller by nature, she cultivated her talents as a comedy writer and actor in the U.S., U.K., and Spain. Namakula became an integral part of the launch for London’s Final Cut New York. Past clients include McCann, DDB, mcgarrybowen, Spike Lee, Jaume Collett-Serra, Pierlica De Carlo, The MoMa, Coca-Cola, Smirnoff, and AT&T.
“I find the prospect of partnering with a creative and innovative company like Conspiracy not only thrilling, but truly a gift," Namakula says. "I love it when the planets align.”