Paul Dougherty is an Emmy Award winning video editor with works in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Recent project include working with the Gagosian Gallery to help them ramp up video post to create dozens of short films for their ground breaking iPad App (quarterly and free).
Dougherty has edited a mix of assignments ranging form fashion/luxury videos to news and documentary storytelling. Whether it's for a news division (he has worked for all of them), a corporate client or reality TV - the storytelling, craft and seamless results are the same. Fashion/luxury projects range from 'fantasy' concept videos with visual effects to 'event videos' for the likes of Cartier and Art Basil.
For the last ten years Post Literate has serviced the editing needs of many of the best known fashion designers and brands connected to their names, whether it be clothing, cosmetics or fragrance. Dougherty's new media work goes back to the original dot com era and continues for all screen today.
Starting as a free-lance on-line editor in the 1980's he working at dozens of facilities. For much of that decade he regularly edited news for BBC-NY and in 1986 he won an EMMY for Pee Wee's Playhouse. Dougherty worked as an editor consultant for Avid Technology when they opened their New York offices and supported the first generation of users.