Vice President of Post Production
Andrew Schnaubelt oversees all aspects of the post-production process from the start of production to show delivery, including ingesting, editing, audio mixing, color correcting, mastering and quality control. Andrew is an award-winning editor and has been in post-production for 25 years. He has worked in post-production for commercials, documentaries, music videos, movie trailers and cable television. In 2005, Andrew joined RIVR Media and applied his creative and technical expertise to editing, finishing and post-production supervision of programming for networks including A&E, LMN, Lifetime, GAC, The Weather Channel, Animal Planet, DIY, ESPN and HGTV.
David began working in television production part time at his church 2000, where he learned to run a camera, work a switcher and edit productions. In 2003, he began working freelance for RIVR Media Studios part-time and became Equipment Manager in January 2004 where he maintained and repaired all the production gear. Since 2004, he has worked on more than 100 different episodes as a crew member working as an Audio Engineer, Camera Man, Grip and Utility. David worked on "Whale Wars" for Animal Planet produced by Rivr Media and was part of the camera team that received a Primetime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Cinematography for Non-Fiction Programming" in 2008 and it was honored with an Academy Award for “Television with a Conscience."
Holly Markle has been with RIVR since 2004 and has over 13 years of editing experience. She is currently the lead editor for "Escaping Polygamy" on Lifetime and an editor for "Almost Home" on HGTV. She edited the hit series "Renovation Realities" on DIY Network for years. From controversial pilots to long-running series, she has edited shows for ESPN, Animal Planet, Biography, Food Network, LMN, and A&E, to name a few. She has also edited for CNN, and helped launch the National Geographic Channel in 2001 as a producer/editor on one of their flagship programs.
Luke Dye began work at RIVR Media in 2002. His TV editing credits include: “The United States Poker Championship,” “Renovation Realities,” “Knight School,” “Whale Wars,” "The Willis Clan," "Fat Guys in the Woods," and "Escaping Polygamy." In addition, he was an editor on the movie The Devil You Know, featuring Rosamund Pike and Jennifer Lawrence. Luke is also an accomplished filmmaker. His work on the non-profit documentary "Nashville Rises" has garnered the film two Emmy nominations. He cowrote, codirected, and edited a children's film called The Little Ponderosa Zoo. He is our "resident superhero aficianado."
Andrew Jedlicka joined RIVR in 2010. His credits include "Almost Home" for HGTV, "Fat Guys in the Woods" for The Weather Channel, "Going RV" for GAC, "Catastrophe Inc" for HGTV, “Renovation Realities” for DIY Network, “Fix This Kitchen” for A&E, and "Escaping Polygamy" for LMN, A&E, and Lifetime. Before joining RIVR, Andrew worked for Bunim-Murray Productions on numerous shows, including “The Real World,” “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and “Road Rules.”
Hayden Wilson started as an intern with RIVR in early 2012 and was hired full-time that summer as an Assistant Editor. During the remainder of that year, Hayden began editing smaller projects whenever an opportunity arose. He has edited the pilot of "Escaping Polygamy" for LMN and many RIVR Media Interactive projects. He was the lead editor for "Renovation Realities" on DIY and our resident "creative slate maker" for that show. He also edited "Vintage Rehab." Today, he is an editor for "State Plate" on INSP.