Matt Dibble has two decades of editing experience, beginning with
the PBS broadcast of Living Double Lives in 1984, a
documentary about living with the threat of nuclear war. In addition
to editing Dockyard Media projects he has recently worked on the
PBS series Livelyhood, the ITVS/PBS Rising Waters:Global
Warming and the Fate of the South Pacific Islands, and the
PBS special The Mystery of Chaco Canyon which he also
co-wrote. In addition to his documentary work, he has edited TV
spots, industrials, and instructional videos.
Having worked on nearly every edit system around since the flatbed
and tape-splicer, he currently edits on Avid and Final Cut Pro systems.
He also frequently uses After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator
software for motion graphics,
bringing to his graphics and animation work a strong visual arts