Whitehouse Post is one of the leading international creative film and television advertising editing
companies, with post-production facilities in London, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Our company
utilizes the most advanced technologies and retains the services of the most talented professionals in
the industry in order to provide the highest quality editing services for the advertising industry in the
United States and abroad. Whitehouse is one of the most respected names in the industry, whose work
has been featured in nearly every Super Bowl since our US operations’-inception in 1996, and has won
numerous internationally recognized awards for advertising excellence, including 4 Emmys®, 97 Cannes
Lions, 57 AICP awards, 46 BTAA Gold Arrows, 7 Best Editing BTAA Craft Awards, 46 D&AD Pencils, and
132 Clios. We are also credited on four Cannes Grand Prix Award Winners: (1) Budweiser's "Whassup"
campaign, (2) Levi's "Drugstore" campaign, (3) Nike’s “Tag” campaign and (4) Geico’s “Unskippable”
campaign. We are proud to say that our success can clearly be measured by the success and caliber of
our clients, which include such major advertisers as Anheuser-Busch, McDonald's, ESPN, Coors, BMW,
Apple Computer, Kellogg's, Nike, Coca-Cola, Quaker Oats and Reebok.
In addition to our contributions in Television advertising, Whitehouse Editors have also been responsible
for editing numerous feature films and television series, including the Oscar® winning Leaving Las Vegas
directed by Mike Figgis, Nowhere Boy and Fifty Shades of Grey directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, Killshot
directed by John Madden, Sliding Doors directed by Peter Howitt, Proof of Life directed by Taylor
Hackford, Human Nature directed by Michel Gondry, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Houdini and
Doyle, House of Lies, The Unusuals and 24: Legacy directed by Stephen Hopkins, Breaking and Entering
and No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency directed by Anthony Minghella, Filth and Wisdom directed by
Madonna, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen directed by Lasse Hallstrom, Vincent: A Life in Color directed by
Jennifer Burns, Seven Psychopaths directed by Martin McDonagh and Standing Up directed by D.J.