Rebecca Adorno is a Puerto Rican Primetime-Emmy Nominated video editor and occasional camera operator, known for her aesthetic, sense of storytelling, paying extreme attention to detail and having a weird sense of humor. Her editing skills allow her to go from Documentary style editing to music video editing in a heartbeat. Her work tends to feature stories from the fringes, strong civil rights and socio-political content. She worked on three seasons of the Emmy-award winning series VICE on HBO and edited the pilot episode for HBO’s first nightly news show VICE News Tonight. She was particularly busy between 2016 and 2017 as she edited the feature length documentary Residente, which was an official selection at SXSW’s Film Festival in 2017 and did a festival run around the world concluding in Cuba. Simultaneously she edited three music videos, worked on three different documentary TV shows and crafted a short documentary film with director Alex Braveman called Listen to Zac: The Secret Struggles of a High School Football Player with CTE. She currently works between New York, Los Angeles, Puerto Rico or anywhere where there is a good story that needs to be told.