At Edit House Productions, LLC, innovation isn’t just a word; it’s our way of life. As we gear up for an exciting journey to Vegas for the Broadcasting show, we’re thrilled to share some exciting developments that are set to redefine the landscape of our creative endeavors.

Introducing Our New Blog Series: Meet the Team

First and foremost, we’re excited to announce the launch of our new blog series, “Lights – Cameras – Clicks”. Here, we’ll be shining a spotlight on the talented individuals who bring passion, creativity, and expertise to every project at Edit House. From our seasoned producers-directors to our visionary graphic and web designers, each member of our team has a unique story to tell, and we can’t wait to share their insights, inspirations, and behind-the-scenes experiences with our readers.

Coming Soon: Client Spotlights

But that’s not all. In the spirit of collaboration and partnership, we’re thrilled to unveil another exciting initiative: Client Spotlights. Starting in April, we’ll be inviting some of our most dynamic and innovative clients to join us on set for in-depth discussions about their businesses, their visions for the future, and the opportunities they see for growth. From local startups to global brands, we’re honored to work with a diverse array of clients, and we’re excited to provide them with a platform to share their stories and insights with the world.

NAB 2024: Exploring the Future of Broadcasting

And of course, we can’t talk about exciting developments without mentioning our upcoming trip to NAB 2024 in Las Vegas. As one of the premier events in the world of broadcasting and media production, NAB offers a unique opportunity to explore the latest trends, technologies, and innovations shaping our industry. This year, we’ll be diving deep into three key areas of interest: ATSC 3.0, gimbals, and extended dolly track.

ATSC 3.0: The future of television broadcasting is here, and we’re eager to explore the possibilities offered by ATSC 3.0. From enhanced picture quality to immersive audio experiences, this next-generation standard promises to revolutionize the way we consume content and engage with audiences.

Gimbals: As masters of visual storytelling, we understand the importance of capturing smooth, dynamic footage that captivates and inspires. That’s why we’re excited to explore the latest advancements in gimbal technology, which allow us to achieve stunning cinematic shots with ease and precision.

Extended Dolly Track: Whether we’re shooting commercials, music videos, or films, having the right equipment is essential to bringing our creative visions to life. That’s why we’re looking forward to getting hands-on experience with extended dolly track systems, which offer greater flexibility and versatility on set, allowing us to push the boundaries of what’s possible.

At Edit House Productions, LLC, the future is bright, and the possibilities are endless. From our new blog series to our client spotlights and our upcoming trip to NAB 2024, we’re committed to pushing the boundaries of creativity, innovation, and excellence. Stay tuned for more updates, insights, and behind-the-scenes stories as we continue to embark on this exciting journey together.

Matt Smith

Matt Smith

Matt, quite literally, grew up around television production, and started setting up lights and equipment at just 9 years old. Matt began officially working for Edit House Productions, LLC at a young age and officially joined the team at 15 years old. Matt graduated from Rio Rancho High School in 2010 and attended CNM, taking psychology courses and focusing on general studies and today, he is a multiple Telly Award winning editor. Matt has extensive knowledge of Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects along with the entire suite of Adobe Creative Cloud applications including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Audition. Matt is well-versed in producing, directing, and cinematography.

In 2020, Matt became a Co-Owner of Edit House Productions and Ad House Advertising. In 2022, Matt became the Chief Operating Officer as well. As COO, Matt is responsible for the daily operations of the company. Matt also serves as Studio Manager for Edit House Productions 2000 square-foot studio space

Matt is a huge Stranger Things fan and was ecstatic when Edit House Productions was able to work with Finn Wolfhard on a production in 2021.

Matt married to his high-school sweetheart, Kaitlin in 2013. They enjoy spending time with their daughters, dogs Oliver and Izzy, cooking, cigars, family, and music.