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Mah Ferraz

Based in LA & NY

Mah Ferraz, a highly acclaimed film editor, possesses an extraordinary talent and an impressive portfolio, making her an invaluable member of Cut+Run's dynamic roster of talented professionals. Observing her collaborations reveals the captivating intensity of storytelling through film, seamlessly combined with the raw power of editing. Mah's approach to her craft is both daring and sensitive, utilizing elegant sound design and rhythmic techniques to drive anthemic commercials as well as emotionally charged visual narratives. This showcases her exceptional versatility and offers a unique perspective on her artistry.

Throughout her illustrious career, Mah has collaborated with renowned clients such as Nike, adidas, Apple Music, Spotify, Instagram, ESPN, Vogue, Marc Jacobs, Volvo, Grey Goose, Marriott, and the NFL. Her work in the music industry features notable artists including Rosalía, A$AP Rocky, Megan Thee Stallion, Burna Boy, and Mariah Carey.

As a Latinx woman and a member of the LGBTQA+ community, Mah often utilizes her voice to collaborate on projects with impactful social messages. Notable examples include Oreo's "Proud Parent" campaign and Megan Thee Stallion's New York Times Op-Ed piece titled "Why I speak up for Black Women." Mah's influence extends internationally, with projects in Brazil, the UK, Portugal, Germany, and Nigeria, as well as Spanish-language work from Spain and Puerto Rico.

In 2019, Mah achieved the distinction of being the first editor to become a Young Gun, a prestigious recognition. Her work has garnered numerous other accolades and nominations, including Webbys, The One Show, ADC, The MVPA, One Screen, and Berlin Commercial. Her exceptional talent has been featured in prominent publications such as The New York Times, Nowness, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle Magazine, The Atlantic, It's Nice That, and she has been selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick five times.

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