Kelsey Brannan

PremiereGal is a video production tutorial YouTube channel created by Kelsey Brannan. The channel provides a wide-range of technical & directional content to help you create better videos. Premiere Gal edits videos with Adobe Creative Cloud software, primarily Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audition. Premiere Gal also features a women in film and video each month. Premiere Gal accepts open requests for videos, you can email her at premieregal@gmail.com, tweet at her at @Premiere_Gal, or drop her a message on Facebook at http://facebook.com/PremiereGal.

Jarle Leirpoll

Jarle Leirpoll is a Premiere Pro Master Trainer and runs PremierePro.net, where he shares free Premiere Pro templates, presets and projects. He worked at the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) for 14 years before starting his own company in 1996, making corporate movies and documentaries. He's also writing books, doing Premiere and After Effects training and teaching media production at three universities. 

Jarle has trained people at top broadcasters and media production companies Disney, BBC, NRK, DR, Monster, Swedish TV4, Valve Media OY, Warner Bro’s and many, many others. He has even trained Adobe's own employees in Premiere Pro! He is also an official Test Pilot for Premiere, he created “handheld camera” effects for the Deadpool movie, was the Tech Editor for Premiere Pro CC 2015 Classroom in a book, and has written a book on advanced editing techniques named The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro.

Blog: http://PremierePro.net
Training trailers: http://vimeo.com/groups/216360 

 

Nick Harauz

Nick Harauz is an Adobe Certified Trainer in Premiere Pro and After Effects. He has an uncanny ability to engage his students and create a level of relatedness that keeps them coming back for more. Since 2002, Nick has worked with domestic and international brands offering video production and motion graphic services. He has worked with clients such as Proctor and Gamble and Virgin Mobile.

You can find some of his online training for Adobe on the Creative Cloud Learn website and Lynda.com. You can keep up with Nick on Twitter or at http://www.clipsandhandles.com/

Paul Murphy

Paul is a film editor and motion graphics designer based in Brooklyn, New York.

While studying writing in college, he discovered the art of visual storytelling, which led him to pursue a career in filmmaking and animation.

Now with over 12 years experience, he has worked on a wide range of projects, including feature films, documentaries, broadcast news, commercials and music videos. To all his projects, he brings strong creative ideas, technical expertise and an emphasis on narrative.

In 2013, he edited the feature documentary 'Red Obsession' narrated by Russell Crowe, which won the AACTA award (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts) for Best Feature Documentary and screened at Berlin, Tribeca and Sydney Film Festivals.

“This beautifully shot and constructed film...editor Paul Murphy must take a lot of credit for this revelatory account.”
Margaret Pomeranz, At The Movies

Paul is also an in demand trainer and presenter, and passionate about sharing his experiences and knowledge with others. 

To view samples of Paul's editing and motion graphics work, visit his website. For more information on Paul’s training schedule click here.  You can also follow Paul the PremierePro on Twitter

Jason Cox

Jason has spent most of his life in and around the nation's capital. After graduating from Penn State with a degree in Film and a minor in English, he worked as an entertainment journalist, taught at Apple as a Creative, and spent a year traveling New Zealand and Japan. After a stint as a Creative for Apple, Jason became an Apple Certified Trainer in 2009, followed shortly thereafter as an Adobe Certified Instructor. In 2012, Jason published his first training book, the Final Cut Pro X Cookbook  and currently produces courses for PluralSight and work as an independent certified trainer of Adobe and Apple software. He taught his first course at NAB 2016 this year and hopes it's the start of a trend! Follow Jason on Twitter at @jasontcox or visit him on the web at www.somemightsaymedia.com.