Chris A. Peterson
Editor & Writer
Chris A. Peterson, A.C.E. is an award-winning editor and writer of over 250 feature, television, and commercial projects. Most recently, he received a 2014 A.C.E. Eddie Award for his editing on the Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman produced feature documentary The Assassination of President Kennedy. In 2013, his cutting on the Showtime feature documentary Richard Pryor: Omit The Logic garnered a Primetime Emmy nomination. He also received a 2011 Emmy Award for writing on the PBS feature Hold At All Costs.
Peterson made his feature editorial debut in 2006 with the award-winning Sony Pictures film Who Killed The Electric Car?, produced by Dean Devlin of Independence Day fame. Devlin then recruited him to cut on the hit TNT dramatic series’ Leverage. Peterson has since edited over a dozen award-winning feature films, including Chained, starring Vincent D'Onofrio and Miss Nobody, starring Leslie Bibb and Adam Goldberg.