Jeremy Munce was born and raised in Canada, Northern Ontario. Since graduating from Ryerson Polytechnic University’s School of Image Arts in Toronto in 2000 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production, he has worked as a freelance picture editor in Toronto. Early highlights include 'The Life and Times of Robbie Robertson', an experimental biographic documentary, and the infamous underground mock-umentary, 'Claire's Hat – The Unmaking of a Film', starring Juliette Lewis. In 2006, Munce was the lead editor on ‘The Tracey Fragments’ starring Ellen Page, for which Munce was Genie nominated for best achievement in editing. JL has worked extensively for Canadian maverick Bruce McDonald, editing his critically acclaimed feature, ‘Pontypool’, starring Steven McHattie and co-editing the sequel to Hard Core Logo. Recent highlights include ‘Water On The Table’, an acclaimed eco-activist documentary, and the much-anticipated screen adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s ‘Ecstasy’.