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Senior Editor Noelle Webb Joins HARBOR


Noelle Webb
Noelle Webb

HARBOR enhances its growing line-up of top commercial talent with the arrival of accomplished Senior Editor Noelle Webb, announced founder and CEO Zak Tucker today.

With more than 20 years of experience as a commercial and film editor, Noelle Webb has partnered with a long list of clients, including L’Oreal, Pantene, Maybelline, Colgate, Cover Girl, Tostitos, Dannon, Clairol, Burger King, Oreo, Fisher-Price, Verizon, Kohl’s, Lays, Arm & Hammer, Tampax, Wendy’s, and AT&T, among others. A renowned award-winning editor, Noelle has edited both long and short form content, across multiple sectors, including the indie feature Everything’s Jake, and more recently, a short docu-style PSA in collaboration with The Women’s March on Washington. This past year she sat on the craft/editing jury for the 2020/21 Clio Awards.

Commenting on this impressive new addition to the HARBOR commercial talent roster, HARBOR Executive Creative Director, Chris Hellman said: “Noelle’s ability to craft beautiful stories, weave together the flow and essence of beauty imagery, or strike just the right balance when it comes to comedic timing, is what truly sets her apart.  Her curiosity and thoughtfulness make her an absolute joy to collaborate with.”

HARBOR commercial is led by Executive Creative Director, Chris Hellman, Executive Producer Live-Action, Kelly Broad and Executive Producer Post-Production, Jesse Schwartz. Together, they oversee all commercial production across HARBOR’s studios working in tandem to support a holistic creative workflow.

HARBOR artists and producers are available to work globally. In addition to its New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and United Kingdom studios, HARBOR offers its full suite of services –on-premises, remote, and hybrid – allowing clients maximum flexibility to mix-and-match as they see fit.

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