Josh Cramer founded House of Trim with one core philosophy: that post production shouldn’t be compartmentalized. He believes the style and narrative explored in editorial should help dictate the entire post process. With this collaborative approach, he has helmed campaigns for Ford, Dos Equis, Human Rights Watch, Glenlivet, David Yurman, Budweiser, Cinelan, History, Pepsi, MTV, Southwest Airlines, Johnson & Johnson, The Urbanization Project, Kohler, Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark, Prius and the A&E web series Think Tank.

Feature projects include Head Trauma, American Prince (the sequel to Scorsese’s seminal documentary “American Boy”), La Lupe Queen of Latin Soul which premiered on PBS Independent Lens, Christine Choy’s American Poet and the soon-to-be released Homme-Less.

In 2009, Josh launched the weekly web series RADAR as lead editor. RADAR was a groundbreaking series based around creativity and storytelling. As the series grew, Josh became more involved as a producer and by the end he had directed over a third of the 42 episodes.

Josh has edited short films for Jonathan Caouette (All Flowers in Time), Iara Lee (Beneath the Borqa) and Lance Weiler (Pandemic) all of which have premiered at Sundance. In addition, he has cut award winning projects for PBS (Ku-Ling Yurman’s episode of EXPOSÉ), a segment for the 2012 Emmy-nominated Stand Up To Cancer special, groundbreaking music videos for indie bands such as Zero 7, Ra Ra Riot, Calla, Ghostwave, We Are Scientists and Ambulance LTD. In 2009, he won a Webby Award for his work on the New York Times short All the T in China, which he also directed.