Crystal House is an experienced editor/producer based out of New York. After graduating from Chapman University, she started her career in reality TV and worked her way up through the post production ranks. She was lead assistant editor at several major production companies, managing teams of assistant editors, before moving up to editor.
She edited the independent feature film Stand before being hired as lead editor for BuzzFeed’s scripted department.
As the first editor hired at BuzzFeed, she helped shaped the company’s editing style, post production practices, and worked on scripted, unscripted and branded content. She edited, color corrected, sound mixed, and created visual effects on BuzzFeed’s major projects. She has experience producing, working on set, and loves collaborating with other team members.
She was selected to be part of the team that ran NBC's snapchat at the Rio Olympics and helped launch the successful Bring Me page on Facebook along with editing / producing many highly successful viral videos.
After leaving BuzzFeed, she was hired as a producer / editor at IGN for Branded Content and Development where she edited and produced content for major brands across digital platforms.
She most recently edited the Shudder channel original show: The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs which made history by crashing the servers for hours due to high viewer demand.