Erinn Clancy is filmmaker who's work includes documentary, narrative, commercial, experimental and music video. His editing work with artist Jason Akira Somma was exhibited at the GUGGENHEIM Museum in 2011. In 2012 he edited the pilot episode of PRIDE: The Series, which has been picked up by Amazon and nominated for six Indie Series awards. In 2013 he edited Writer's Block a short film starring Bryan Cranston, who's won five Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe and for his work on Breaking Bad. In 2014 he edited Year 33 a short documentary about Cambodia, directed by Kathryn Lejeune. In 2015 he edited The Day the Sky Turned Blue a short film by award winning director by Matthew Charof, that was screened at Cannes Film Festival. In 2016 and 2017, he was an editor on a feature documentary directed by Ngawang Choephel, who's first film Tibet In Song won a Grand Jury Prize at the SUNDANCE film festival.
He started his career as an assistant editor at Telling Pictures under the mentorship of Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, who's documentary work has won two Academy Awards®, five Emmy Awards, and three Peabody Awards. The Times of Harvey Milk (1984), Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt (1989) and The Celluloid Closet (1995).
He was also mentored by editor and director Sari Gilman, who's editing work was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy, Ghosts of Abu Ghraib (2007) and who's directorial debut Kings Point (2013) was nominated for an Oscar.
Erinn Clancy received the Presidential Achievement Scholarship from the California College of the Arts, where he earned a BFA in Media Arts and was awarded High Distinction in the Film Program.
Erinn's experimental music videos have been screened in multiple international film festivals including the TULCA Live Festival (Ireland), Willifest (New York) the Nevada City International Film Festival (California) the San Fransisco International Film Festival (California).
Erinn is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.