Fred Koschmann is a visionary film editor with a lifelong dedication to storytelling. Originally from Illinois, he started in New York City, producing videos for notable publications, like popsci.com before studying under an Academy Award-nominated director Bill Siegel (The Trials of Muhammad Ali) in Chicago. His journey led to creating Wild Solitude, a short film exploring California's Deep Springs College, and pioneering the Backyard Film and Music Festival in Chicago.
Based in Los Angeles, Fred's editing expertise shines in documentaries like All Eyes and Ears and Bunker77. He's also crafted compelling narratives such as Faith and Frybread Face and Me, premiered at SXSW. With a rich tapestry of experience, Fred's recent project, The Interaction Cowboy, further reflects his commitment to impactful visual storytelling, solidifying his place as a master editor and a driving force in the industry.