Jill works on a variety of creative, primarily non-fiction projects. She’s edited and developed videos for the U.S. State Department, Sotheby’s, Fed Ex, TIME.com, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, NYC Coalition Against Hunger, and individual artists. Jill also volunteers at the 4th Street Food Co-op in the Communications & Graphics group.
Jill began her broadcasting career at CNN in Atlanta in 1990, and transferred to CNN-New York in 1999. During her tenure she covered Hurricane Katrina, the September 11th attacks, both Gulf Wars, major U.S. elections, the entertainment industry, and financial news. She edited award-winning coverage which garnered Emmy, Dupont, and Loeb Awards.
In 2006 Jill Woodward moved to Amsterdam and wore two hats: radio news producer and documentary film editor. She worked for the English language newsroom at Radio Netherlands Worldwide, sharpening her writing and interviewing skills. Collaborating remotely with NYC filmmaker Randi Cecchine, she edited the independent documentary feature Trail of Feathers: The Missile Dick Chicks Take on America, helping create story structure from 300+ hours of observational and interview footage.
Following her return to New York City in 2009, Jill directed and edited the thirty minute dance documentary passTRESpass, a collaboration with choreographer Despina Stamos. Her East Village edit suite includes Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, and After Effects. She is also available to work on site. You can find recommendations for Jill Woodward on her LinkedIn profile.
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