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Mark Everson Moves into The Whitehouse!

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The Whitehouse has a new freelance editor. Mark Everson has just joined our roster and brings along with him a penchant for comedy and a long list of film and tv credits ranging from Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa to The Mighty Boosh and Peepshow.

Keep reading for the full release, and give him a shout out on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn!

Mark Everson to edit from The Whitehouse

We are very excited about our new addition to the team here at The Whitehouse. The comedy Editor Mark Everson has joined our ranks as a freelancer for commercials. Mark’s history of cutting some of the greatest comedy in recent years knows no bounds, collaborating with the likes of Steve Coogan, John Landis, Becky Martin, Paul King, Declan Lowney, Noel Fielding and Tristrum Shapiro.

His TV reel includes Bafta award winning shows like Peep Show and The Mighty Boosh along with Facejacker and Come Fly with Me. He has also cut a plethora of documentaries for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky Atlantic.

In film he edited Noel Clarke’s 4321 and more recently he cut the long awaited and hilarious film Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.

The addition of Mark’s eye for comedy will re-affirm The Whitehouse’s reputation for excellence in editing.

To check on Mark Everson’s availability please contact Lisa Kenrick on lisak@whitehousepost.com or by calling The Whitehouse on +44 207 432 4300

 

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