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ABOUT A'SIA HORNE

As a graduate of Florida A&M University's Broadcast Journalism program, A'sia Horne has always worked with video.

She is an ESPN Alum who interned as an editor and the following year worked as a Production Assistant for the NASCAR Countdown show and live show.  The segments she produced aired on  the network’s popular racing shows at that time. The next part of her career was spent in advertising as an assistant editor at Phelps Group. And later in her advertising career within five years she became a senior editor at RPA and worked with clients, such as La-Z-Boy Furniture, Honda, ARCO and the Clippers.

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As a freelance editor, in 2017-2018, she worked on e-gaming company ESL and Hulu’s new shows as a promo editor, assistant GFX editor. She eventually became an editor for an episode of the Hulu branded show Defining Moments. A’sia has also freelanced edited for well-known companies such as Blavity, Chewy.com and 21Ninety. And in 2019-2020 she edited for the DC comic Daily show called DC Daily, the comic brand’s talk show about all things DC.

For the indie realm, she has edited projects ranging from comedy to drama. The web series she edited called Funny Married Stuff (season 2) did well on the film festival circuit and was listed as one of the potential nominees for an Emmy 2019 in its category. Her most recent projects as editor are short films House of Balls, Destiny's Road and Shot By An Angel. 

 

A'sia continues to freelance as an assistant editor, where in the past she’s worked on shows like the World of Dance Master Class and Lebron James’ HBO show The Shop and indie feature film Two Yellow Lines. She's currently an assistant editor on NBC's Young Rock, a comedy that follows the early life of Dwayne Johnson.

 

If you ask her what's her greatest achievements over the past few years she will say being chosen to be a part of the ACE Diversity In Editing Mentorship Program (2019-2021) and starting her non-profit The Hue Collective, where she serves as co-founder.

 

To learn more about her non-profit, The Hue Collective, please view the website at www.thehuecollective.com