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Cutters Promotes David Rubin to Editor

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Cutters Editor David Rubin
Editor David Rubin

High-end editorial boutique Cutters has announced the promotion of David Rubin to Editor. The announcement was made by Cutters Studios President/Managing Director Craig Duncan and Managing Editor Grant Gustafson.

Rubin landed an internship with Cutters immediately upon graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, leading to a position as Assistant Editor, working for Gustafson. Among many highlights of these creative collaborations over the years, Rubin assisted on Jeep’s award-winning “Groundhog Day” Super Bowl spot, and numerous campaigns for Energy BBDO, FCB, Highdive, Leo Burnett, mcgarrybowen, and their illustrious clientele. He has also taken the lead in editing several projects, to include recent spots for Glad via FCB, and for Hillshire Farms via Ogilvy.

CuttersRubin was the International Grand Prize Winner in Editing in 2015’s Camp Kuleshov competition, AICE’s (now AICP’s) annual contest for assistant editors, audio mixers and graphic designers. He is also a two-time winner of top editing honors in Camp Kuleshov Chicago.

To view the reels for Rubin and all the Cutters editors, please visit www.cutters.com.

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