Davide Fiore is a bilingual video editor and director based in Los Angeles, California, with a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling.
For over 15 years, he has been crafting engaging and impactful content on a diverse range of projects including documentaries, music videos, commercials, and short films. His work has been recognized with multiple awards and has been screened at film festivals worldwide.
Davide has worked with major brands such as Amazon, Netflix, Apple TV+, VICE Media, Ferrari, L’Oreal, FCA, Guerlain, Martini, and BMW. He has directed music videos for international labels such as Sony and Time Srl, and worked with acclaimed artists all over the world.
His impressive portfolio includes short films, such as the multiple award-winning “House+Home”, TV shows as the London Live’s "The IT Factor" and the VICE TV’s series “Sex Before the Internet”.
He edited the feature film "Bad Art" directed by Zio Ziegler and Tania Raymonde and he recently worked on the documentary "Unzipped: an Autopsy of American Inequality" directed by Colin K. Gray and distributed in over 190 countries.
Davide is currently directing "A Little Fellow," a feature documentary about the founder of Bank of America, A.P. Giannini.
In addition to his editing work, Davide has a passion for electronic music and photography. His photography work has been published by Vogue Italy. When not in the editing room, Davide can be found exploring the city's vibrant art scene or playing house music.