Philip Harrison has been making and editing films since he was a kid shooting animated Super 8 bug apocalypses in his bedroom. After film school, he started as an assistant editor in the NYC indie scene.
After making the move to Los Angeles, Philip has edited a variety of feature films and documentaries in just about every genre: character driven drama, comedy, horror and suspense. Credits include the Sundance prize winning comedy  Die Mommie, Die!, Margaret Cho’s comedy Bam Bam and Celeste, the Tom Sizemore starring thriller The Last Lullaby, and  Arcadia Lost, starring Nick Nolte and directed by acclaimed cinematographer Phedon Papamichael.
In the documentary realm, Philip has also edited a wide range of subject matter including the AFI Audience Award winning Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story, and On These Shoulders We Stand, winner of the 2009 Outfest Special Programming Award for Freedom.
His latest film, Vito, for HBO documentary films, premiered at the 2011 New York Film Festival.
Philip also edits TV clip shows, promos, DVD behind-the-scenes, web series and music videos.
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