Bill Marmor started his career at Red Car in 1989. By the age of 23 years, he was editing Superbowl campaigns for Pepsi directed by Joe Pytka. In the next few years, he edited for W+K Nike and Subaru, Coca-Cola, Mastercard, and cut for directors like Joe Pytka, Tony Kaye, Richard Donner, to name a few.
He moved on to be a charter member of Crew Cuts West and expanded his experience working with Chris Wall and Steve Hayden on IBM. During this tenure, Bill won Clio Awards, New York Festival awards, and London awards. Bill also continued his relationship with Mendelsohn Zien and handling the entire Carl’s Jr. account. This proving ground at Crew Cuts paved the way for Bill to open Rex Edit.
Rex Edit continued to nurture relationships with comedy directors, with the likes of Bryan Buckley, and working with many agencies across the country like Ogilvy, Cramer Kressalt, Leo Burnett Chicago, Doner, McGary Bowen, and David & Goliath. Marmor, known for his speed and adeptness in the craft, continues to edit all commercials and short-form styles. From docs-style (editor on SignPainters), storytelling, and music-driven work. Recently, Marmor won an Emmy and two Tellys for the UCI Health “The Journey” commercial.
Marmor today is living bi-coastal between Los Angeles and New York.
Emmy Award-Winning Independent Editor
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