Greg Perler is an editor who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He was introduced to the world of animation by the renowned instructor and author John Canemaker whilst studying film at New York University in the mid eighties. Perler moved to Los Angeles in 1990 to begin working on Disney’s ‘Beauty & The Beast’, which was the only animated film to be nominated for a Best Picture Academy Award. Perler has since edited films that encompass a wide variety of animation styles, such as traditional hand-drawn in ‘Tarzan’ in 1999, computer-generated in ‘Jimmy Neutron’ in 2002 and stop-motion in ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit’ in 2005. His live-action feature films have included ‘102 Dalmatians’ and two telefilms based on Kay Thompson’s childrens’ books, ‘Eloise at The Plaza’ and ‘Eloise at Christmas time’ in 2004, which starred Julie Andrews.