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Anthony Marinelli Joins Northern Lights

Anthony previously worked at KIND editorial

Anthony Marinelli Joins Northern Lights

Award-winning editor Anthony Marinelli joins NY/LA/SF based post-production boutique Northern Lights. Anthony’s diverse experience spans commercial, brand content, film, and social projects. Anthony comes to Northern Lights from a four year stint at TwoPointO where he was also a partner. He has previously worked at KIND Editorial, Alkemy X, Red Car, Cut+Run, and Crew Cuts.

Anthony’s work for brands like Mercedes, FedEx, BMW, Visa, Pepsi, Scotts, Mount Sinai, and Verizon has aired in the Super Bowl and the Oscars.  He also edited the Webby Award winning documentary ‘Alicia in Africa’ featuring Alicia Keys for Keep a Child Alive.

Click here to view Anthony’s reel. 

“There is such a strong sense of community and creativity at Northern Lights that contributes to its success, along with excellent work and technical expertise that clients can confidently rely on”, says Anthony. “I wanted nothing more than to be a part of it.”

Anthony is also active in independent theater and film. He has written and directed numerous award winning plays and short films including ‘Acoustic Space’ which won Best Short at the 2018 Ridgewood Guild Film Festival and Best Short Screenplay in the Richmond International Film Festival. 

Northern Lights executive producer Robin Hall adds: “We’re extremely excited that Anthony is joining the NL team. His creativity, experience and positivity are invaluable assets and make him a perfect fit.”

Anthony’s most recent campaigns are for Mount Sinai and Bernie & Phyl’s for DeVito Verdi.

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