Tony Fischer

Tony FischerInstructor: Editing / Demo Reel

Tony began his career as a film shooter for the Minnesota Vikings coaching staff, capturing game footage for the coaches to review and evaluate player performance. Through the contacts he made with the Vikings, he found the opportunity to move into the edit suite. He spent the early part of his career as a film editor for Wilson-Griak and James Productions, editing broadcast TV ads.

Tony opened Fischer Edit in the early ‘90s as a post production company that specialized in the creative editing of film-originated, spot television commercials. Fischer Edit added a recording studio for music, sound design, and mixing; a finishing and visual effects division; and a production company – all to meet expanding client needs.

Mr. Fischer currently provides marketing support for Bud’s Music Center in Hopkins. He holds a position with the NFL, where he works on the field managing the broadcast for the game officials. Tony continues to produce content for the marketing and communication needs of a variety of clients.

At IPR, Tony heads the editorial instruction department, teaching Final Cut, Media Composer, and Premiere Pro editing, as well as Demo Reel production.


  • B.A., Speech and Communications: University of Minnesota

Clients Include

  • Target
  • Coca-Cola
  • Harley-Davidson
  • Volvo
  • Best Buy
  • Sam Adams
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