Talent Guide

Autumn Dea

  • Discipline:Editor
  • Program Year:Project Involve 2018


Autumn Dea is a Philadelphia, PA area native and a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts. She received a BA in film with a double minor in media studies and psychology. Today, Dea resides in Los Angeles, CA where she works full-time as an editor on film, television, and commercial projects. Her most recent feature film, Shithouse, directed by Cooper Raiff, won the Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at SXSW 2020. Additionally, Shithouse was named Vanity Fair’s 10 Best Movies of 2020. Her work in television has also received accolades including an Emmy for The Future of America’s Past for PBS, and inclusion in the Tribeca Film Festival for the documentary feature The Death of My Two Fathers. Previously, In 2019, Dea was an Assistant Editor on Black Is King, Beyonce’s 85-minute elaborate visual album nominated for Best Music Film at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards. She is represented in film and television by the Gersh agency and commercially by Whitehouse Post.