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A’sia (A-sha) Horne is a multi-hyphenate creative coming into her own. She’s an editor, writer and producer whose experience spans sports entertainment at ESPN, and advertising and social with clients including Honda, TikTok and ARCO. Currently, A'sia works as a freelance editor and post-producer at TikTok. She also works in film and scripted TV as an assistant editor. Please view the rest of the site to see more of A'sia's experience.

A’sia has worked as an assistant editor on the NBC series Young Rock based on Dwayne Johnson’s childhood, Lena Waithe’s BET show TWENTIES and most recently on Gina Prince-Bythewood’s epic film The Woman King. In the indie realm, she’s edited projects ranging from comedy to drama. Some of her credits include short film Junior, which was selected for the BlackStar Film Festival, and the webseries Funny Married Stuff (Season 2), which was shortlisted for an Emmy.

Her current project is her own—a short film called hello.goodbye that A’sia wrote, EP’d and edited. So far hello.goodbye has been in the Micheaux Film Festival and had its Atlanta Premiere at the Oscar Qualifying Bronzelens Film Festival in August 2023. Its next screening will be at the Black Girls Rock Film Festival in June. hello.goodbye is also streaming now on allblk a subsidiary of AMC.

Her most recent projects as an editor besides hello.goodbye, are My Condolences by television writer Mika Frank and Lyz by television writer Darnell Brown. A’sia also co-founded the nonprofit The Hue Collective, where she introduces youth of color to the post-production profession by teaching them to edit in Adobe Premiere.

She is also currently preparing to raise money for her proof of concept she wrote for a sci-fi feature called The Nesting. This will be A'sia directorial debut.

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