In 2015, I was at Emerson College taking an editing course to learn Avid. At the time, Avid was the most used editing software, still, and so I needed to learn how to use it. Brian Truglio was my professor — a master editor who works for a great group at PBS NOVA that I would later work with. He taught us through the classics.
Here, I learned Avid, but more I learned the eye for editing. The "blink of an eye" as Walter Murch called it. It was a sense for pace and rhythm in editing cultivated through a real sense of how to see. You lived in those images, learning to find the pace and rhythm of the world it created.