How a Scrappy New York Studio Became a Major Platform for Filmmakers of Color
Wavelength founder and CEO Jenifer Westphal told IndieWire about our evolving mission to amplify the creative voices of women and people of color.
Tom Hohle joined the Wavelength team in October 2020 as a content producer and editor after freelancing in New York for several years in both the documentary and commercial worlds, working with clients like Under Armour and Charmin. During his time with Wavelength, he has edited promotional content for documentaries such as FEELS GOOD MAN, MAYBE NEXT YEAR and THE FOURSOME.
Born and raised in Japan until the age of five, Tom went on to live in several different areas of the U.S, including San Diego, where he graduated with a degree in film production and found his passion for bringing authenticity to every project. When he’s not in front of a computer, Tom can be found bouldering at a local Brooklyn gym or eating his weight in ramen.