Chicago IL, September 11, 2009: Editors Matt Walsh and Carlos Lowenstein of The Whitehouse, Chicago win Best in Show and Best Editing at the Chicago Creative Club Awards held Thursday, September 10. Walsh wins Best in Show for his work on Office Maxâ€™s â€œPenny Pranks” from The Escape Pod, Chicago. Best Editing goes to Lowenstein for Porscheâ€™s â€œAccept/Reject.â€?
About The Whitehouse
The Whitehouse is a film editing company. â€¨â€¨It opened in 1990, in a little white house in Soho, London. The company had three editors, some rented equipment and a sofa bed from Ikea that wouldnâ€™t fold out. They worked hard, won some awards and had a laugh. Life was good. Life was simple. Then some smarty pants invented a computer to edit film on. They bought one, because everyone else had one and they didnâ€™t want to be left out.
Nineteen years later, The Whitehouse has provided the editing on Oscar winning movies, award-winning commercials, Emmy-winning TV shows, documentaries and music videos.
The Whitehouse now has offices in London, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Many people have come and gone over the years. Some have come, gone and come again. But one thing has remained constant.
The Whitehouse cuts film.
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