Ms. Vecchione is an award-winning editor living in Los Angeles and New York City.  Her skills gained recognition in the 2008 Emmy Award-winning documentary A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day.  Her work has been shown in film festivals around the world, including Cannes, Sundance, Fantasia Film Festival, and networks such as National Geographic, History Channel, and Discovery.

NEW YORK TIMES Article: “The D-Day Heroes Who Weren’t White”
Nod to the editor:  “In a style that matches the reserve of its subjects, the film refrains from spending time — any time at all — on their wounded bodies. One man, whose leg was lost in the war, describes the injury; while he’s talking, the camera leaves him to his privacy, showing instead a ship from the period, its hull torn open by enemy fire…”