About

Jeremy Medoff is a filmmaker and editor living in Brooklyn.  Medoff directed, shot, and edited personal projects, including “The Greatest,” a short documentary about handball legend Joe Durso, and “The Fisherman,” a pilot about a Japanese man who travels the world looking for the perfect catch. His work as an editor can be seen in many broadcast commercials for clients such as Mastercard, BMW, Mercedes Benz USA, Crest, SC Johnson and many others.  He has worked extensively in long form documentaries, including for MTV’s True Life series. He has also edited projects for museum installation and screening including “Home Delivery: Prefabricating the Modern Dwelling,” at MoMA in 2008, “IMAGELESS:  The Scientific Study and Experimental Treatment of an Ad Reinhardt Black Painting,” at the Guggenheim in 2008 and the video installation “The Art of Car Design,” on permanent display at The Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. He received his BA in Filmmaking from Hampshire College.