Nelson Ryland is a documentary producer/editor whose work has been shown at the Tribeca Film Festival, LAFF, Cannes as well as HBO, IFC, and PBS. He graduated from RISD in 1992 and was a Fulbright Scholar in 1994.
He recently worked with Oscar nominated filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing on the short documentary The Education of Mohammad Hussein in 2012 and earlier on the documentary Freakonomics: The Movie in 2010.
Ryland's other projects include HBO's OZ, Chop Suey directed by Bruce Weber, Frontline, American Masters, Office Killer directed by Cindy Sherman and Art Through Time for WNET.
Ryland is currently lead editor on a 6 hour series History of the American Mob for National Geographic.