Ronni Thomas is an Award Winning filmmaker and editor from Brooklyn, NY. Throughout his career, his worked has gained him credit in both the underground and the mainstream. His career began when he was offered a job at the legendary Troma Films with no prior experience. He quickly learned to work good and work fast under pressure. From there he produced Hey Is Dee Dee Home and several other short films that would travel the world’s festival circuit to critical acclaim. He worked for a while as maverick advertising icon, Bob Giraldi’s personal producer and editor for a few years before being encouraged to begin directing by Giraldi. In 2007 he took the senior editor seat at IKA Collective. There he created the award winning Midnight Archive series. In addition to film, he frequently composes and writes regularly for Huffington Post and the Raindance Film Festival in London. He is currently the Filmaker-In-Residence at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn, NY. His latest film Walter Potter: The Man Who Married Kittens, has received a mass amount of press in anticipation of its release. He lives a blissfully surreal life with his small family and their exotic cat.