Leo Loria is a creative editor with over 20 years of experience in post-production and in
broadcast television production. He began his production days in TV stations working in various positions (engineering, promotions, live production, etc.). After that he became part of the Worldwide Grey Advertising Co. and worked with the production team for 15 years. He was in charge of the WING POST/G-Spot, the post-production studio, managing projects for many clients such as P&G, GSK, Coors Light, Heineken, Hyundai, WalMart, Pearle Vision, and Radio Shack, among others, and winning advertising awards for the agency (Cannes Lions, Clios, Global Awards, NYFF, the Cup, Cuspide’s). Leo was also the agency’s producer in charge of all production for TV and radio.
Leo’s expertise is creative editing for TV spots, cutting down testimonials, corporate videos and web video content, and special effects supervisor for 3D animation, live action and compositing projects.
Leo decided it was a time for a change of scenery and moved to Bristol, CT, where he is now part of the great Anderson Productions team. Leo has been at Anderson for over 3 years now and takes prides in working with all the different producers, being highly efficient, detail-oriented, resourceful, honest and proactive.
Part of Leo’s responsibilities are to help the ESPN INET (International Promotions Department) using his advertising and creative experience to deliver the best work. He is completely committed to “delivering”and maintaining top performance on deadline-driven assignments.
As an Avid editor, Leo has been recognized for his creativity and execution of his commercial, corporate marketing and documentary work. Well versed with Adobe After Effects and Photoshop, Leo places a strong emphasis on image design, creating stimulating sequences with a strong focus on storytelling and emotional impact.
Leo lives in Farmington, CT, with his family: his wife Carla and his kids, Lucas and Gemma. He loves to be with his family traveling to discover new places. His passion with his wife is the sport of sailing, which they have been practicing for more than 25 years.