Jed Lindorff is an award-winning filmmaker based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art & Design in 2015, with a bachelor of fine arts in film & television.
In 2011, Jed earned a NOCTI/ACTE certification in film studies from the Philadelphia High School for Creative & Performing Arts, and in 2010 he received a certification video journalism from WHYY; Philadelphia's NPR affiliate.
Over the years, Jed has been nominated for and won a variety of awards at film festivals. He has also earned credits on notable productions such as: Noah, Moonrise Kingdom, Warm Bodies, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
In 2016, he spent time as the principal videographer on the Emmy award-winning TV show Motorweek, and the BAFTA award-winning program Antiques Roadshow.
Currently, Jed is a Film Instructor at The Solebury School, a private college preparatory boarding school located in New Hope, Pennsylvania. As well as a sports videographer for a number of universities across Pennsylvania and New Jersey.