Leading post-production company PS260 has just announced the promotion of Colin Edelman and Colin Reilly to Editor and Laura Lamb Patterson to Executive Producer, all in the New York office. 

This announcement comes at a time of great growth, following the appointment of Raná Martin as Executive Producer in the newly opened Boston office.

Colin Edelman, Editor

PS260 Editor and resident bocce player, Colin Edelman brings his dynamic cutting style and affinity for all things tongue in cheek to PS260's accomplished roster. From the rhythmic, toe-tapping work of MM LaFleur and Chance the Rapper, to the witty humor of E*TRADE’s Don't Get Mad campaign and Burger King's infamous mascot, Colin's editorial range is a testament to his honed skills and versatility as a storyteller. His credits include campaigns for brands like Intel, Facebook, Citibank, Fox Sports, Staples, Ad Council, Abbott, and NY Lottery. Colin is also no stranger to longer-form pieces, including cutting a feature video for the 2012 Democratic National Convention with Barack Obama, several television pilots and short films, and a feature-length documentary currently in the festival circuit that questions the NYPD's use of chokeholds and taking progressive measures.

Colin graduated from the University of Michigan and has been featured in the New York Times and Time Out New York for his extracurricular activities.

Colin Reilly, Editor

Colin Reilly started at PS260 11 years ago and is homegrown through and through. Having excelled his way through the ranks, he’s emerged as an insightful and strategic editor. Reilly, as he’s known around the office, thrives at sculpting the natural rhythm within each narrative. - He has worked with agencies ranging from BBDO, MullenLowe, Mythology and directors Henry Joost & Rel Schulman, Jon Watts, Fredrik Bond, and Hannah Lux Davis on campaigns including Coca-Cola, Harry’s Razors, Grey Goose Vodka, Google, Facebook, Peloton and AT&T. He also works on long-form pieces and short films, including a short about social justice issues and solitary confinement in prisons for a series called Motion Poems. His work has taken him to various domestic locations where he’s set up his own 4-wall edit bays, and internationally to Tokyo and Lisbon. - Growing up out east he loved hearing stories around the campfire and the slow burn of real-time life unfolding. From VHS to IMAX to Instagram, he’s developed an appreciation for all aspects of visual storytelling. He has a deep respect for the history of the editing craft but is also comfortable breaking rules and has developed an audacious style grounded in New York City’s creative energy.

Playing sports remains a chief passion and he’s skilled at communicating the struggle, exhilaration, and triumph of competition and movement. When not in the edit bay, Reilly can be found in Brooklyn with his wife, on the soccer field, or surfing out in Rockaway.

Laura Lamb Patterson, Executive Producer

The ambidextrous and muse mind of Laura Patterson has brought remedy and organization to the creative world of advertising since 1998. During her years spent on the agency side at Messner, Vetere, Berger, McNamee, Schmetterer/Euro RSCG, DiMassimo Brand Advertising and Havas, Laura was the wingman to Advertising giants like Jeff Kling, Kevin Roddy, Mark DiMassimo and Michael Lee - managing 60+ person creative groups in New York and Amsterdam.

It’s with these management skills that Laura was able to seamlessly jump over to the post-production side - starting with three years at Final-Cut NY, and since 2010, at PS260, where she has rolled up her sleeves with clients like BBH, BBDO, MullenLowe, Mythology, McGarryBowen, Publicis, Anonymous Content, MJZ, RadicalMedia, Smuggler, Supermarché, Park Pictures and Hungry Man to produce multiple highly recognized commercials for brands like M&M’s, Powerade, Harry’s, Google, Citi, AT&T,, JetBlue, and Intel. She has the experience of seven Super Bowl spots under her belt, including one in 3D.

For PS260, Laura has helped to set up the company expansions to opening their LA Office and Boston office. She currently serves as the Executive Producer of the NY Office. Laura’s commercials have been recognized multiple times by Nielsen’s Best Recalled Ads, Cannes Lions, CLIOS, OneShow, Adweek’s Ad of the Day, NYTimes, CNN, ABC News, Campaign, Shots, Creativity, Huffington Post. Most proudly, however, they’ve been recognized by her Dad, who brags about his daughter at his local pub.