GLADYS MAE MURPHY is an Emmy-nominated documentary film editor based in New York City.
With over ten years of experience, she has contributed to over 30 non-fiction projects for TV and film, many receiving top honors and nominations from various film festivals, the Emmys, and the Academy Awards.
Gladys co-edited the 2015 Oscar-winning short documentary CRISIS HOTLINE, the 2014 Oscar-nominee of the same category, PRISON TERMINAL, and the 2016 Emmy-nominated LARRY KRAMER, for which Gladys received an Emmy nomination for Best Editing. More recent credits include the 2018 Emmy nominated BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN (2016 SXSW), 15: A QUINCEAÑERA STORY (2017 DOC NYC), and LENNY (2018 Sundance).
Gladys graduated with a BFA in Digital Media Arts at San Jose State University and studied Film Production at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She is the 2004 recipient of the Fang Quai Award, the Cadre Laboratory of New Media's highest honor for creative and academic achievement.