Salvatore’s (goes by Sal) desire to explore
the depths of human condition through art
pushed him to pursue editing. He strives to
work on projects that are highly conceptual
yet meaningful in today’s society. Sal’s strong
interest in contemporary media, music and
culture have greatly influenced his aesthetic

He has worked on a variety of internationally
acclaimed projects including Independent
Spirit Award nominee, Ramin’s Bahrani’s “Chop Shop,” and “Goodbye Solo,” which won the FIPRESCI prize at the Venice International Film Festival. Roger Ebert called the film “a masterwork” and the LA times deemed it “powerful, riveting, and inspiring.”.

Sal worked on Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Allan Holzman’s documentary “Trek Nation.” He has also worked for VH1's Top 20 Music Video Countdown and the American Film Institute.

Sal graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Editing and Sound. He was the editor on the award-winning student film, Nest of Spiders,” directed by Jessika Pilkes.

Sal is currently an editor at CNBC in New York City.