Davide Fiore is an award-winning editor based in Los Angeles, California.

He moved from Italy to USA in 2016 and mostly works with Grainey Pictures in Venice Beach, California.
He started his career in 2009 as TV Series Editor for Mediaset S.p.A. in Milan. Then he worked for Ferrari F1 all around the world.

He directed music videos for major Italian music labels (Sony, Time, EGOItaly) and international artists such as Elen Levon, Cristian Marchi and Nari & Milani and worked for automotive and fashion brand companies such as L’Oreal, FCA, Guerlain, Ferrero, Martini, Whirlpool, Petronas, Swatch, BMW.

In 2013 Davide moved to New York where he edited a short movie called “L’amore corto” and created "I've Already Seen It Somewhere,” a photo exhibition on New York’s movies locations hosted in 2017 in Torino (Italy), Rome (Italy) and Miami (USA).

In 2014, Davide directed a short documentary called "Just Us" about the story of Nari & Milani, two Italian worldwide known DJs, distributed in Germany, Austria, Turkey, India, Korea and the United States.

In 2016 Davide moved to Germany and edited the British TV Show “The IT Factor” on London Live directed by Italian Director Anna Carlucci.
Then he moved to San Francisco, California, where he edited “Bad Art”, feature film about the art world directed by Zio Ziegler and Tania Raymonde.

From 2009 to date, many of his landscape and architectural photos have been published by Vogue Italia.
Davide serves, as a Jury of Miami Independent Film Festival ongoing since 2015.

In 2019-2020 he edited the feature doc “Unzipped: an autopsy of American inequality” about gentrification and disparities in Venice Beach, California, directed by Colin K. Gray.

In 2020 he won the “Best Editor” award at the Montreal International Film Festival and the “Best Editor in Short” at the Phoenix International Film Festival for the short movie “Fauna”.

He’s working on “A little fellow”, feature doc about the founder of Bank of America, A.P. Giannini.