Victor Livingston is a documentary film editor. Raised in Claremont, California he attended Cornell University, majoring in English.  At Cornell he found his passion for films and filmmaking. He went to graduate school at San Francisco State University, studying film, and began to focus on his fascination with editing. He began working professionally in the film editing community that grew up around American Zoetrope, Lucasfilm, and Fantasy Films. When he was hired to edit the documentary “Crumb” he found his true calling in the editing world. Since “Crumb” he has focused primarily on incisive character studies such as “Bukowski: Born Into This,” “Shakespeare Behind Bars” and “The Queen of Versailles.” He also has worked on several TV series including “Craft In America,” “The Real World,” and “David Blaine: Street Magic.”