Organize Your Assets like a Master

Look me in the eyes and tell me that you're always full of ideas, and every day you just sit down and work on a project without any friction. 

That you haven't experienced a moment in your life when you just looked at a blank timeline or a piece of paper and just stared. 

That you never felt overwhelmed with a project and feedback from a client. 

Project Organization might be a tedious part of the job yet it's essential to be able to deliver great results under time pressure. 

Course curriculum

  1. 01
    • Before we begin...

    • Introduction

  2. 02
    • Post Haste

    • The Bus Factor

    • Labels

    • Keep Things Searchable

  3. 03
    • FAQ: The Editing Order

    • FAQ: Choosing the Best Take

    • FAQ: Watching Dailies

    • FAQ: Constructing a Scene: Build vs Trim

    • FAQ: Organizing Many Timelines

  4. 04
    • Case Study: Short Film

    • Case Study: Unscripted Corporate Video

Who's Piotr?

Story-driven editor, Johnny Cash lover.
I can’t wait to cheer you on in Editing Chef.

I’ve spent the last 6 years editing commercials, corporate videos, documentaries and short films, while running my YouTube channel, so I'm no stranger to the frustration and stress that comes with running an editing business.

I won’t lie. It hasn’t always been easy - and it still isn't some days. But over the years I've developed proven practices I use to get me into the creative zone fast, manage multiple tasks, and make enough money to support my family AND still spend quality time with them.

When I heard many editors had the same struggles I had, I wanted to share what helped me break through.

I created Editing Chef to give you no-stress strategies you can use to easily manage - and love - your editing business.

See you inside!

Piotr Toczyński

Freelance Film and Video Editor