ABOUT JASPER QUISPEL
Editing is always a search for the right film that is hidden in the material. To get to that final film, I like to try out as much as possible to make the story work optimally.
Partly due to my DJing past, I have developed a good sense of rhythm and pacing. An added benefit is that I can easily create music edits, which are often required to tailor the music.
In the editing I keep an overview by working in a structured way. I therefore do not find it a problem to think along with post planning so that the rest of the production is not delayed in order to stay within budget and at the same time to guarantee quality.
But I also like a clear working method in the edit. I think the story that is told is very important and the emotion it evokes. Details must be correct, both image and sound. That is why I am always very focused on setting up music and sound design in my editing. The color scheme and temporary Visual Effects must also be correct, so that it does not hinder viewing.
I've been working with both Avid and Adobe Premiere for years and like to stay up to date with the latest technical developments in post production. As a result, nothing will hinder me during the editing process to think and experiment with purely content.
Ik vind het belangrijk dat iedereen zich op zijn of haar gemak voelt in de montagekamer en moet kunnen zeggen wat hij wil. Daarbij zorg ik ervoor dat ieder zijn mening wordt gehoord en ga ik door tot we een uiteindelijk versie hebben, waar iedereen tevreden over is.
I am an experienced, calm and passionate editor with a lot of love for the editing profession. I have been working as an editor since 2005 after graduating from the film academy in editing.
My career started as a junior editor at post-production house KAOS, where I quickly edited episodes of small and large drama series. That led to independence and eventually also my own editing studio at DC25 (Donker Curtiusstraat 25D). Here I work solo or sometimes together on projects with my colleague editors Bas Icke, Elsbeth Kasteel and Tim Wijbenga.