HARVEY ROSENSTOCK (Editor) graduated from American University in Washington D.C, where he majored in psychology. He went on to earn a masters degree at The School of Visual Arts in New York City.
After graduation, Rosenstock did a year of social work in the South Bronx. Following that year, Rosenstock decided to follow his dream to become a cinematographer. To that end he attended NYU Film School for a summer workshop and made a documentary on the great American jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams. A friend of his at NYU knew of an apprentice editor job working for Dede Allen, considered one the greatest editors of all time. He took the job and the rest is history. His work with Allen on Serpico and Dog Day Afternoon taught him his early craft. This was followed by a move to Los Angeles where kept it going.
A 4-time Eddie (ACE, USA) nominee with one win for A Killing In A Small Town for which he was also Emmy nominated.
Some of Rosenstock’s recent films include: Dolphin Tale 2, Dolphin Tale, The Killing Game, Repo! The Genetic Opera, Scent of A Woman, My Dog Skip, Mother!, Tombstone, Losing Isaiah and A Dangerous Woman.
For television, Rosenstock’s credits include: Homeland, Ray Donovan, The Blacklist, The Bronx Is Burning, Paris Trout and A Killing In A Small Town.
He also edited the documentary Unstrung.