Emmett Adler is an award-winning editor and a 2022 DOC NYC 40 Under 40 honoree. He has worked on multiple Emmy-winning projects including Showtime's 16 SHOTS (2019) and YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY (2014), and he was awarded a New York Emmy as the editor of SNY's 62,000:1: THREE TEAMS, ONE CITY, ONE YEAR (2019). Most recently, he edited the History Channel mini-series THEODORE ROOSEVELT (2022, executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio) and the Peacock series SHADOWLAND (2022, executive produced by Joe Berlinger).
Additionally, Emmett has worked on branded content, digital ads, and nationally televised commercials for Target, New Balance, Wealthsimple, Montefiore Health System, Samsung, ESPN, and more.
Ian Mayer is a Clio Award-winning editor and graphics artist living in New York City. He was editor and associate producer for The Incomparable Rose Hartman, a feature-length documentary film that premiered at SXSW and has screened at 15 festivals. His other editorial credits include ESPN's Inside: U.S. Soccer's March to Brazil, MSNBC's Pot Barons, and various television commercials. He has also created visuals for two Super Bowl Halftime Shows, music awards performances for KE$HA and Beyoncé, and concert tours for Beyoncé, Roger Waters and Norah Jones.
Headquartered in Chicago with a presence in New York City, King Cut is a boutique postproduction studio that combines award-winning talent in the commercial, branded content, and documentary spaces.