Ned Phillips is an accomplished filmmaker and editor living in Durham, North Carolina. After finishing his collegiate career in Baltimore as an All-conference lacrosse player, he moved to Paris, inspired by the semester abroad he spent in Salamanca, Spain. In France, he worked as a tour guide, travel writer and photographer, journeying to and documenting Japan, New Zealand, Brazil, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic and The United Kingdom.
As a writer, Ned has been published in Live Your Life, a travel E-zine with over 200,000 subscribers and on the Clarion Content, an online media piece covering Durham art and culture. He has directed and produced music videos for musical sensations, Lila, and Hammer NoMore the Fingers. He has also created content for local start-ups and successful fundraising campaigns. While at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke, his film “Becoming Ironman”, about a triathlete who beat Leukemia, made him a finalist for the Lewis Hine Fellowship. His short film “Wendi’s Garden” took top prize at Nicholas School for the Environment’s “Green in 3″ video competition. Since 2007, Ned has worked with the award-winning Warner & Company, helping produce and edit videos for various educational institutions and non-profit organizations.
In his spare time, Ned can usually be found playing basketball, making it rain in one of the local parks.