Editor Kyle Valenta has joined Work Editorial Los Angeles to be represented globally.

Previously at Cartel, Final Cut and Joint, Valenta’s credits include Guinness’ portrait of LA’s ‘Compton Cowboys’ for AMVBBDO London and Henry-Alex Rubin of Smuggler, Dodge ‘How To Change Cars’ for Christopher Riggert at Biscuit Films and W+K Portland and Apple’s ‘Your Verse’ for Emmanuel Lubezki and Chris Wilcha of Park Pictures.  

Valenta said: "I started my career at W+K/Joint in Portland.  There, I was taught that the work is priority and to fight for things you believe in.Lately its been working with Henry-Alex Rubin a lot.  He’s a very generous collaborator with a great eye for performance and strong narrative". In addition to Rubin, Valenta has also worked alongside Christoper Riggert, Johnny Green, Mark Zibert, Chris Wilcha and AG Rojas.

Jane Dilworth, Founding Partner at Work Editorial said: "Kyle’s skills meant he was always on our radar with work that’s highly complementary to our talent roster. It just feels like he’s always been part of the team. His arrival couldn’t be more timely as we continue our expansion in both our LA and NY offices".

Jon Creamer

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