Post-Production : Remote work for Video Editors by Alfonsina Sterling

Alfonsina Sterling

Remote work for Video Editors

Hi all!

I´m looking for new alternatives for remote work as a video editor, any suggestion?

So far I use Upwork and manages to find a direct contact from my website. Now I´m trying to ´´expand´´ and find new project sources.

Any recommendations?


Jakub Micuch

Hi Alfonsina, i worked on upwork in past. I think it's best freelancing service on web. You can try some work for video editing companies like but there is not so much money for that videos i think around 25$ for 1 short video. Expanding is always hard work so I wish you success and good luck in your journey. ;)

Regina Lee

Thumbtack is a similar platform to Upwork. I've hired freelancers from both platforms.

Regina Lee

Also try They've revamped the website. I have not used the new version yet.

Destiny Groove Davis

Craigslist under gig/talent I see a few.

Ian James Duncan

We usually hire from craiglists or word of mouth. Hardly ever remote editors though. Especially not if its a project that is of scale or has a deadline. The other creatives on the project often want access to the editor so remote is not always an option. Plus the volume of editors in LA county means there is always reason to work locally.

What types of projects do you mostly work on?

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