Allyson Johnson

Allyson C. Johnson’s Feature Film work includes: Mira Nair’s AmeliaThe Namesake, Vanity Fair and Monsoon Wedding which received the Golden Lion for Best Film at the 2001 Venice Film.  Her television work includes NBC’s Smash and The Slap, The Wire, Quantico, and Marco Polo for Netflix.  She is currently editing Baz Luhrmann’s series The Get Down for Netflix. 

Johnson received an Emmy Nomination editing the documentary The Who’s Tommy: The Amazing Journey.  Other rockumentaries include Up From the Underground, Say It Loud, and her Triptych short film Kick Out the Jams appeared at the opening of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.  She has also collaborated with such filmmakers as Spike Lee and Griffin Dunne and Bill Moyers.