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Robert David Sanders (owner), a Los Angeles native, is an industry veteran working as an editor, sound designer, After Effects artist, and filmmaker in theatrical motion pictures, broadcast television, new media and location-based entertainment.


Robert and 323 POST are currently working on Motor Trend's "Ignition" series as lead editor, sound designer, and colorist.  Robert recently worked with Paul McCartney on the animated musical adaption of his book, “High in the Clouds.”  Robert also assisted editorially with “Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem, the Ride” for the Japanese launch of the popular Universal Studios attraction.


Robert was the lead editor and sound designer on the beloved British property, "Postman Pat: The Movie," a stereoscopic 3D feature film, the "Pink Panther & Pals" television series for Cartoon Network, "The Santa Story," based on the Frank L. Baum book, and Herschel Weingrod's award-winning film, "Last Wishes."


A detailed resume is available upon request.





"Rob is about story telling, he is about solutions, he is about providing that moment that you weren't expecting but were hoping for and he will try anything. He pluses the end product and I would not hesitate for 30 seconds to hire him again on anything. " -- David Corbett, EVP RGH Entertainment


"What makes Rob unique is that he comes to work with the bearing of a true filmmaker, which he is, and not just the tool kit of a technician.  Rob always takes the initiative in handling the challenges of his job, and displays solid management skills in running his department and the editorial pipeline." -- Jay Fukuto, Executive Producer, "High in the Clouds"


"I would recommend Robert to anyone looking for an editor with vast experience in cutting for film or television.  He has a strong directorial eye for detail yet works well in supporting a director’s vision. I hope you consider Robert as a top choice for editor."  -- Tony Bancroft, Director


"In addition to picture editing, Rob does a brilliant job at cutting temp music and sounds effects for screenings and to aid in the story telling.  He has also worked as the final sound editor and mixer on our TV series’ and specials." -- Michael Lessa, Producer, "Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem, the Ride"