Nelson Ryland is an Emmy-winning film editor whose work has been seen on HBO, Netflix, Showtime, PBS, Hulu, New York Times, Sundance Channel, and many international film festivals. Ryland’s work has been nominated for WGA, GLAAD, SEJ, and AAAS Kavli awards. He is a Fulbright scholar and a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design. He is currently editing a documentary about immigration at Frontline slated to air this winter on PBS. He recently won a citation from the Overseas Press Club for his work on “The Fall of Kandahar” a documentary that aired on Vice TV and Showtime. He has worked on several feature films and narrative television projects, including the HBO series Oz. His first job in the industry was as assistant editor on the feature film Office Killer directed by Cindy Sherman.