Stephanie Brown is a freelance video editor based in the Washington DC area. She began her career producing and directing training and informational videos in the U.S. Air Force. She received an honorable discharge at the rank of Captain in September 2003, after serving 10-1/2 years on active duty in various assignments, including a tour in Saudi Arabia in support of Operations SOUTHERN WATCH and ENDURING FREEDOM. Stephanie was also a full-time producer and director with the Department of Defense.
Over the past 10 years, Stephanie has worked on numerous short fiction and non-fiction projects. Most recently, she edited two short films, ‘Unscheduled Life Opportunities’ and ‘Finding Flagler’, for the 2009 48-Hour Film Project competitions in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Committed to giving back to the community, Stephanie also wrote, produced, directed, shot, and edited ‘DC LSIC: A Little Justice Goes a Long Way’, a short documentary film for a non-profit legal aid agency/law clinic in Washington DC.
Institute for Documentary Filmmaking, Master degree, George Washington University.
University of Baltimore, MA in Video Production and Graphic Design.
University of Detroit, BA in American and English Literature.
Spoken Languages: English