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WILDCHILD Adds Editors Richard Mettler and Stewart Shevin to its Roster


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Richard Mettler (left) and Stewart Shevin.
Richard Mettler (left) and Stewart Shevin.
WILDCHILD announced the addition of editors Richard Mettler and Stewart Shevin to its roster.

Mettler has a long history of editing commercials, music videos and motion pictures. Most recently Mettler cut the music video for Beyoncé’s single “Mine,” featuring Drake and directed by Pierre Debusschere. Mettler has worked with U.S. and international production companies, including collaborations with directors Laurent Chanez, Sean Ellis, Tim Richardson, Joe Wright, Sean Thonson, Steve Ayson, Pierluca De Carlo and Anthony Atanasio. Other recent projects include spots for Cartier, Nike, Mercedes, Cadillac, L’oreal, Maybelline, Volkswagen, Lenscrafters and Mastercard. Mettler also edited the Sundance 2013 World Cinema Audience Award winner and BAFT-nominated motion picture Metro Manila, as well as the short films Brace and Tribeca Film Festival nominee Space Cadet.

Shevin most recently worked at Beast Editorial. He has collaborated with agencies and brands including Toyota, Philips, Ford, Chevy, Navy and Discover Card. He has won numerous AICE (Association of Independent Creative Editors) and AICP (Association of Independent Commercial Producers) awards, most recently for work on King Condoms “Protect Yourself” and “Hide and Seek.” Outside of his editorial work, Shevin directed the “Of Note” spec for The New York Times. Shevin has been board member and chapter president of the AICE for eight years.

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