WAX adds editor Alex Pirrone

(Alex Pirrone joins WAX)

Our friends at post-house WAX continue to elevate their already robust talent roster by bringing on New York-based, multifaceted commercial and film editor Alex Pirrone. The addition follows the joining of award-winning editor Peter Johnson.

Influenced by his background in non-fiction content along with his love for automobiles and comedy, Pirrone favors a cinéma vérité-style and seamlessly transitions between a broad pallet of approaches depending on the medium.

Most recently, he edited for BBDO, Ford’s multi-part, long-form series, “Mustang Mach-E v Everything.” His other most notable campaigns include Seinhessier’s “Athlete” for the MOMENTUM III Wireless, IBM’s “Dear Tech”, and Kraken Rum’s “A Tale Well Told” to name a few.

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Beyond advertising, he has also been involved in the short documentary “Màs Fuerte” as well as A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness. The latter garnered the honor of “Best Documentary (Short Subject)” at the Academy Awards.

Having partnered with leading production companies, agencies, and brands from around the world on everything from high-end, CGI-heavy campaigns to non-fiction content and practical effects-driven projects, Pirrone has found himself in a place where he’s not only consistently challenging himself, but also taking away something new from each and every creative collaboration.

At WAX, he looks forward to refining his reel and artistic process at a company with strong representation, smart leadership, as well as top-notch assistants, producers, and graphics and finishing teams.

“WAX has been on my radar for quite some time. I’ve always appreciated the unique breadth of work their roster has to offer.

— Alex pirrone

While every editor’s voice stands out on their own, they all also compliment each other very, very well.”WAX Founder and Executive Producer Toni Lipari adds, “Alex is an incredibly talented editor whose creative ability is evident in everything he cuts. What ultimately separates him from most in the editing community, and makes him a perfect fit at WAX, is that he’s deeply involved during the ideation stage, which allows him to get wholly immersed in a production before anything’s even filmed. He’s an amazing cultural fit to our team as we continue to strengthen our capabilities. I’m so excited to have him as part of the WAX family.”

Reel 360 wishes Alex the best of luck at WAX.