A new docuseries premiering April 20, 2021. “Hustle & Tow” pops the hood to take a close-up look at America’s unsung essential workers who perform daily under extremely dangerous conditions, despite every imaginable encounter with unexpected terrain, wildlife and weather: tow truck drivers. These drivers – part-mechanics and part-first responders – endeavor to keep the…
YouTube Red’s original series craftily weaves together elements of scripted horror narrative within an unscripted “escape room” style framework. The show has a rabid fanbase and each episode has drawn well over 20 million views to date. Martine was an Editor on seasons 2, 3 & 4, after assisting on the 1st season. In 2019,…
A branded series for Target that brings together celebrities and creators to try out an activity together from the comfort of their own homes.
A short branded series highlighting how Target Team Members celebrate their family traditions around the holiday season.
A branded series for the US Navy, where Sailors in a variety of fields go head-to-head with top YouTube creators in epic match-ups of skill, strength and savvy.
One Vote at a Time is a grassroots group of female filmmakers that makes campaign ads for progressive candidates without the means to make their own. As the Post Supervisor/Lead Editor, Martine oversaw a post team of 8 in cutting, finishing and delivering campaign ads for 190 candidates across the country in the lead up…
Onsite additional editor for live concerts and award shows, including The IHeartRadio Music Awards 2019, Wango Tango 2019, The IHeartRadio Music Festival 2019, The IHeartRadio Podcast Awards 2020 and ALTer Ego 2020.
A series of 6 driver recruitment ads for Lyft, featuring stop motion animation that brings real driver interviews to life.
This branded video was one of five in a Google campaign that showcased popular content creators using Google Chromebook to do their best work. As an editor on this campaign, Martine edited one hero video and two 15 second spots, as well as two supercuts which featured all five creators.
This video was one of three in Google Play’s #ChangeTheGame campaign in honor of International Women’s Day 2018, an initiative designed to empower female gamers to see themselves as heroes in a male-dominated industry.