Ryann Harrison has been promoted to editor at Detroit-based editorial boutique Cutters, said Cutters Detroit Executive Producer Becky Smialek.
“With her proven abilities to run a room, take constructive criticism, and stay positive, collaborative, fun and energetic all at the same time, Ryann has definitely earned this promotion,” said Smialek in a statement. “The passion for storytelling and creativity is what drives her to keep pushing herself to the next level. I couldn’t be more excited or proud to be promoting her and representing her at Cutters.”
Harrison joined Cutters Detroit in 2018. She acquired her bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University and her master’s degree in video editing from DePaul University. While at DePaul, she also studied documentary production at Whistling Woods International in Mumbai, India.
She began her career as a receptionist for Whitehouse Post, then moved to Hudson Edit where she served as assistant editor.
“I jumped at the opportunity to work at Cutters because they truly foster growing talent from within,” Harrison said, also in a statement. “Working with mentors that inspire you and believe in you is unmatched. The editors at Cutters have been my biggest cheerleaders and I couldn’t be more excited to be an editor alongside them.”
Harrison also works as a voiceover artist, and has credits on campaigns for Ford, General Motors, Chevrolet, GMC, Quicken Loans, the Detroit Lions, and many others. She also recently edited social spots for Buick’s “See Her Greatness” national campaign.
Besides Detroit, Cutters Studios has offices in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Kansas City and Tokyo.