Sandy Jeglum is a video editor and documentary filmmaker with over a decade of experience creating short and feature-length documentaries, branded videos, and digital content. Driven by the power of storytelling to expand perceptions and promote social change, Sandy loves contributing to projects that encourage a more equitable world.
As an independent filmmaker, Sandy has edited and produced a number of films focused on progressing gender equity, including web shorts for KIVA (2013), Foundation for Women (2013), America Rise (trailer, 2018), and the short film, Concerning Contraception (2019). Additionally, Sandy was the co-producer/assistant editor of the award-winning feature-length documentary CRAZYWISE (2017) and the editor/co-producer of the award-winning feature-length documentary Headhunt Revisited (2017).
With credits that encompass all stages of production, Sandy enjoys shaping stories as an editor the most. Experienced with Premiere Pro, the Adobe Creative Suite, and AVID Media Composer, Sandy’s latest projects include editing the feature-length documentary Take Hands (2022), the short documentaries Reimagining Freedom West and Artful Ashes (2022), and the feature-length documentary Above the Bamboo Room (in production).
Based in the Pacific Northwest, Sandy likes to explore the outdoors by hiking, camping, snowboarding, and paddleboarding. Sandy holds a Master's with Distinction in Documentary Production from the University of the West of England.
Select film festivals that have screened these documentaries include:
Seattle International Film Festival
Hawaii International Film Festival
LA Femme International Film Festival
Festival International Du Film Documentaire Oceanien
Friday Harbor Film Festival
Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival
Sandy is also available for editing corporate and branded videos. Select corporate clients include Microsoft, Facebook, Tableau, and Novartis. Recent non-profits clients include Rainier Scholars, Boys & Girls Club King County, Lighthouse Mission, and Seattle Humane. Reach out for work samples.