Charles Little II, ACE

Charles is an accomplished motion picture editor, television producer and an award-winning multimedia creative.  He began his career in Hollywood cutting his teeth as an independent producer-director-editor crafting music videos and agency films before terms like “content” and “brand film” were popular.  Charles’ accolades include a Best Editing Award at the fifth annual Elevate Film Festival which challenged international filmmakers to create works of social and environmental importance, for The Luminaries inspired music video entitled ‘Peace’.  Followed by a Telly Award for his work as director-editor on Singha’s digital series ‘Transportraits’ for ad agency Gertrude, Inc.  Charles’ television credits include two seasons of Tim Minear’s high-profile scripted drama ‘9-1-1 Lone Star’ for FOX (Ryan Murphy TV) and unscripted series for Showtime, Discovery, NatGeo, VH1 and MTV’s ‘1 World Hip Hop Championship’ which Charles served as executive producer, director and editor.  Charles is an active member in various post-production groups promoting diversity and advancement within the film and television industry; and he served two tours in the United States Navy during the Persian Gulf Wars’ ‘Desert Shield’ and ‘Desert Storm’ operations. Charles was born in Chicago, raised between Chicago and Minneapolis and is currently based in Los Angeles.

Affiliations:
American Cinema Editors (A.C.E.)
Motion Picture Editors Guild (IATSE #700)
African American Steering Committee
Diversity Mentorship Group