Tal Anderson received her Bachelor of Science in Film from Full Sail University, and has written, directed, and edited several of her own films. Her first film, Joy, which she wrote and directed, was selected for six film festivals including semi-finalist for Best Super Short Film at AltFF in 2018, and a win for Direction of an Experimental Short Film in 2018 at the Great Message Int'l Film Festival. Tal Anderson is an AVID Media Composer Certified User, additionally experienced in the use of Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve. She has experience editing a variety of short and feature films, short comedic episodic content, and commercial video. She is the winner of Egan Airship Seattle's Editing Award in 2017, and this year, she also completed an 11-episode comedy series called The Hope and the Hopeless, directed by Dale Fabrigar.
In addition, Ms. Anderson is an accomplished actor, recurring as a costar on the Netflix original series, Atypical as "Sidney," lead roles in independent shorts My Sister Harper and Fresh Start, and seen in Times Square as part of the Delivering Jobs Campaign and PSA directed by Jason Zada.