At nine months old, Jeremy Presner found himself being pimped on a Crisco TV commercial set. He had no choice: his family needed the money!
Many years later, he was hijacked into cutting MTV’s Pimp My House: otherwise known as CRIBS. Between then and now, he’s edited feature films, MOWs, TV series, promos, trailers and commercials.
Jeremy started off his editorial career in Montreal, Canada, 20 years ago, assistant-editing for Paul Thomas Anderson & David Mamet’s editor Barbara Tulliver. A three-week gig in Vancouver began an 11-year run in “Hollywood North” where he was nominated for a Leo Award as editor. There, he cut three seasons of Stargate Atlantis, NBC’s remake of the Stephen King classic Carrie for NBC and the indie-feature The Burial Society, which screened at many film fests, pleased critics and picked up a several awards along the way.
In the cutting room, Jeremy has rubbed virtual shoulders with creative and diverse talent such as Barack Obama, Michael Jackson, Academy Award-winner Ben Kingsley, Bruce Willis, Martin Sheen, Kevin Smith, Ray Liotta, Marty Short, Patricia Clarkson, Jay-Z, Susan Sarandon, and Wesley Snipes. Network and film-studio clients include MGM, NBC, HBO, FOX, The Weinstein Co., AMC, TLC, Discovery, SCY-FY, MTV, VH-1, E!, TruTV, UPN,TLC, NatGeo, Showtime, USA Network, Sony, Gold Circle Films, Millennium and Regent Entertainment.
I have been in the industry since 1995.