Roadwings Post Production Studio in Austin, TX About Us

We’re an Austin-based post-production company that takes your film from footage to story.

From start to end, creating a film is an intellectual and technical process, and post-production is no exception. But the difference between footage and film is the story.

At Roadwings Post, we understand the difference. We don’t just bring your storytelling to life. We immerse audiences in it.

We work closely with filmmakers to understand their vision. Then, we apply our editorial, sound design, color grading, and finishing skills to transform your work into the final product. Audiences fall into your story, surrounded by a rich audio-visual experience that engages their eyes, ears, heart, and mind.

We love film. Watching it, editing it, producing it - everything about it. Contact us for post on your feature films, documentaries, commercials, and corporate projects.


About James K. Crouch

Roadwings Post was founded by Austin-based film editor James K. Crouch. James has been a part of the Texas film industry for years, supporting local filmmakers and bringing their work to life through expert post and a keen editorial eye.

Crouch’s versatility as an editor is demonstrated in the depth and range of his work. Feature-length projects include the dramas, The Iron Orchard (Austin Film Festival), Porvenir, Texas (PBS Documentary) The Teller and The Truth, 2019 sports documentary Jumpshot: The Kenny Sailors Story (SXSX Film Festival 2019); and 2015 music documentary Road to ACL.

Beyond feature-length work, Crouch also lends his post expertise to short films which have been featured in film festivals across the country. Highlights include Goodbye, Old Glory (Vimeo Staff Pick, 2017 New Orleans Film Festival 2017), The award winning, Nacido de Nuevo (Marfa Film Festival 2017, Arizona International Film Festival 2018), and Crouch’s latest project The Funeral Band had its World Premiere at the 2018 New Orleans Film Festival.

Crouch has had the pleasure of working with Austin’s own Willie Nelson, as well as luminaries like President Obama, editing Refugees Are for the 2016 UN Summit on refugees. He’s also edited content for FX Network shows Archer and Snowfall. Corporate clients include AT&T, the NFL, DirecTV, C3 Presents, and Dropbox.

Keep up with Crouch’s latest projects on his IMDB Page