Nena Erb, ACE
Film & Television Editor
Nena Erb, ACE, is an Emmy-winning editor based in Los Angles. Raised in an Asian immigrant family, Nena’s father wanted her to be a doctor and her mother wanted her to be a pianist with the LA Philharmonic. Nena wanted to be Andy Warhol.
After graduating with an art degree, a friend brought her into the industry and she started working in various capacities in production. It was her stint as an associate producer that gave her the opportunity to work closely with editors. This proved to be a defining moment for her interest in post production.
Since then, Nena has been the editor on productions for HBO, Universal, CBS, ABC, and others. She is experienced in multiple genres from drama series to feature films, documentaries and comedy. In 2016, she received an Emmy® award for her work on HBO’s documentary series Project Greenlight, and in 2019, she received an ACE Eddie nomination for her work on HBO's Peabody award-winning series Insecure. Her parents no longer ask if she'd reconsider medical school. Currently, she is editing Little America, an anthology series on America's immigrants, produced by Kumail Najiani, Emily V. Gordon, Alan Yang, and Lee Eisenberg.