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Marcella is a creative editor and producer with over 16 years in the film & television
She became a full-time professional editor at the age of 23, moving from Los Angeles, CA
to Stamford, CT to create video content for the then, brand new, NBCSports.com in 2006.
Marcella helped dotcom earn it's very first Sports Emmy nomination with the feature,
"Ruth Lovelace: Chasing a Dream" in 2007 and received the NBC Universal Ovation for
Excellence the same year. She continues to work as an editor/producer for NBC during their broadcast of the Olympic Games and concluded her 6th Olympics, editing the nightly Primetime Open on site in PyeongChang, South Korea in 2018.
Trained in the most advanced Avid system, Marcella is able to work quickly and efficiently,
allowing her creativity to shine without being hindered by ever changing technologies.
As an experienced storyteller, she is not limited to any specific genre, style or format, and is often called upon to set tone and style templates for new shows or quickly step in to rework existing
cuts to meet network notes and deadlines.
Her recent work includes editing "Finding Justice" (BET), a social-justice documentary series
executive produced by Dwayne Johnson & Dany Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions,
a scripted comedy short for "The 2019 ESPY Awards" (ABC) hosted by Tracy Morgan, and an "untitled" music doc-follow series for Netflix/Pharrell Williams. She is currently editing the fourth season of "QB1: Beyond the Lights" (Netflix), a cinema-verite series following three nationally ranked high school quarterbacks during their senior year, executive produced by Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights, Lone Survivor, Patriots Day).
Marcella is a 2-time Sports Emmy Winner and 8-time nominee. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Cinema & Television and resides in
Los Angeles, CA with her husband, Clark.