Since a very modest beginning in extremely traumatic circumstances in May 2002, Glass House Post Production has emerged as a consistently busy and competitive offline editing company, having just finished our 110th job and celebrated our first birthday.
As long-time employees of the now defunct Lizard Post Production, Angela Whitehouse, Cheryl Lessing and Neil Gow were literally plonked into unemployment when Lizard, without any warning, went into liquidation in April 2002. The entire staff complement found itself jobless overnight.
But you can't keep good editors and producers down for long and we decided to take up the challenge and carry on as a team, working from home and dry hiring Avid editing equipment on a job-by-job basis until we got back onto our feet.
This happened even more quickly than we could have imagined and so we managed to make it through a very challenging first year, believing that we would not have done so without some wonderful and loyal clients. Many of whom are still with us today.
At Glasshouse we believe that our strength lies in our people. Our intention is to keep the company small so as to offer our clients the very best personal attention.
But we also strongly believe as a company that it's very important to have fun. We maintain that this is a very high-pressure business so there's no point in doing it unless you love it.