Alanna Yudin is an NYC-based film and television editor. For over fifteen years she has been crafting, re-crafting, and losing sleep over numerous reality TV series.  She honed her skills on Extreme Makeover and Wife Swap for ABC.  Some of her more recent credits include Discovery's Storm Chasers, VH-1's Mob Wives, and MTV's Teen Mom, on which she served as Series Supervising Editor.  She currently edits SpikeTV's Ink Master, which, in its sixth season, remains one of the network's highest-rated series.  As a documentary editor, she edited the Hearst Corporation's Seven Days That Changed New Orleans, which won a Telly Award in 2006, and is currently cutting an indie feature, entitled The Sheriff of Mars.

Editor Alanna Yudin discusses using old footage to create a new scene in Ink Master.