Holly Buechel has worked on commercial projects for brands including Golf Digest, Lexus, Pantene, Vogue, Leon Paul, Cunard Cruise Line, Bank of America, and WIRED. She enjoys editing lifestyle content and documentaries. Recently, she edited social issues videos for The Huffington Post and cooking recipes for The Food Network.
Holly has worked on several documentary television projects, such as Oprah's Master Class, PBS specials like The Day the '60s Died, and the feature documentary, Bully, which played on PBS Independent Lens. She has also worked on the reality show Garage Gold, news event coverage, and specials for the Discovery channel.
Fencing For The Edge is a sport competition documentary featuring the sport of fencing and what it means to have good sportsmanship on and off the strip. Holly is the Director of this feature documentary and is currently in post-production.
Some of her promotional work for not-for-profit clients include Fencing In The Schools, the North Star Fund, Girls Scouts, and Team USA. Holly has also produced and edited content for The Fencers Club and Blue Engine. She volunteers her time with Chance For Change, a non-profit supporting women's secondary education in Burkina Faso.
Holly has worked on several music videos for artists around the country. Her latest videos feature the work of Mike Sal in Atlanta, Georgia. She also directed an experimental music video called Speed of Fencing, highlighting fencing movements seen in slow motion.
Film & Video Editor
Available for freelance and contract jobs
on location or remotely