About Jackie

Jackie Grieff

Jackie Grieff is a Bay Area digital film editor with experience in Final Cut Pro 7, Premiere, Photoshop and After Effects.

Jackie currently does work with Mission Pictures as an editor. She assists on set as a PA and data wrangler, and completes first passes of videos. She has worked on short documentary style instructional, commercial, and independent videos.

She has also worked as a contract editor at Tiffany Shlain's Moxie Institute. Most recently, she has acted as an assistant editor on the AOL film series "The Future Starts Here." She also edited the Behind the Scenes videos for their feature film "Connected" including their trip to Sundance and their theatrical tour, as well as made hundreds of customized versions of the "Let it Ripple" film series.

She has also acted as an assistant editor with Lateral Films. Working on films such as "Families are Forever" which premiered at Frameline Film Festival in 2013.

Jackie has worked on the documentary, WONDER WOMEN! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, as a "post production assistant." The film had its world premiere at South by Southwest 2012.

Jackie's thesis film Comfort Zone, is a short drama about one girl's physiological journey in putting her past traumas behind her. It had it's premiere at San Francisco's Pictoclik Film Festival in 2013.

Jackie graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree from The Art Institute of California - San Francisco in September of 2012.