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Whitehouse Post Chicago Welcomes Editor David Cea


David Cea
David Cea
Whitehouse Post has welcomed editor David Cea back as he heads to the Midwest. Cea has worked on campaigns including AT&T’s “The Internet Says” directed by Matt Aselton via BBDO, and Healthy Choice’s Christopher Guest-directed “Dealbreaker” starring Julia Louis Dreyfus and Jane Lynch. Cea also handled editorial on Red Cross’ “Storytellers” campaign via BBDO, which was shortlisted at AICP in 2012. His credit list includes Google, ESPN, Progressive, Chevrolet and Kraft. Cea recently finished “Smart Performer,” a short film for Audi starring Claire Danes that aired during the Emmys this year.

The New Jersey native studied film at Hofstra University, where time spent as a teaching assistant for his Avid class piqued his interest in editing. Upon graduating in 2005, Cea began his editorial career at The Whitehouse New York. He quickly advanced to the role of assistant editor and honed his skills for several years before leaving in 2008 to test the freelance waters. After successful stints at a few NYC shops, most recently Cosmo Street, Cea felt the Midwest calling and decided to rejoin The Whitehouse in the company’s Chicago office.

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