Blue Chalk Welcomes Greg Snider

We are thrilled to announce that Greg Snider has joined Blue Chalk as senior editor.

Greg Snider is an award-winning editor based in Portland, OR. His work includes the HBO documentary feature film, "How to Die in Oregon," winner of the Sundance Film Festival Documentary Grand Jury Award and the Karen Schmeer Award for Excellence in Documentary Editing.

He also edited the influential eco-biography "The Real Dirt on John Farmer," winner of the Audience Award at Slamdance, among others.

His latest editorial achievement is the documentary feature, "The Winding Stream: The Carters, The Cashes and The Course of Country Music." The Hollywood Reporter says the film “packs enough drama, music and history to fuel a miniseries,” and calls it a “thoroughly entertaining and comprehensive account of the Carter and Cash families and their enduring contributions to American music.” (Rolling Stone also recently wrote about the film.)

In addition to his feature work, Greg has edited many films for the National Park Service, including some that screen daily at Death Valley, Gates of the Arctic and Great Basin National Parks.

Learn more about Greg on his LinkedIn page.

Photo (above): This photo from "The Winding Stream" is an archival publicity photo of the seminal country music act, the Carter Family. It was taken during their time as featured performers and broadcasting pioneers on U.S.-Mexico border radio.