Stéphane Glynn is a film and television editor from Reston, Virginia. He holds a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Virginia with Majors in Media Studies & Psychology, and a Dance Minor. After his undergraduate studies, Stéphane completed a Master of Fine Arts in Film Production and a Graduate Certificate in Screendance at the University of Utah. While completing his MFA, Stéphane began working as a freelance filmmaker, editor, and colorist for companies in Utah, Virginia and the Bay Area. In addition to his production work, Stéphane has gained significant experience in the media industry through internships with Disney-ABC Television Group, ATO Pictures, A+E Films, Color Mill, and Paladin Media Group. Stéphane is also passionate about teaching, and has had the opportunity to develop and teach several classes on the university level. After graduate school, Stéphane honed his editing skills and gained valuable broadcast experience as a Production Assistant/Assistant Editor for KUED, Salt Lake City's PBS affiliate. Stéphane currently works as the Film & Television Editor at Vavani, a media production house which operates in documentaries, narrative films, music, and other media verticals. Stéphane has worked on several projects as part of the Vavani team – most notably serving as the online editor for Quiet Heroes, a documentary feature which premiered at Sundance Film Festival and will be released on Logo TV in August 2018.