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Treehouse Adds Editor Jayson Limmer


Editor Jayson Limmer
Dallas editorial boutique Treehouse has hired editor Jayson Limmer. Formerly with 3008, Limmer arrives with more than eight years of experience in cutting spots for agencies in Dallas and other markets, and credits that include such brands as Charter, Western Union, Gamestop, Red Lobster, HEB and Zales. In his first project for Treehouse, Limmer is editing a new campaign for Pennsylvania-based convenience store chain Wawa and Dallas agency The Richards Group.

“We are truly excited to welcome Jayson to Treehouse,” Treehouse founder and editor, Peter Tarter said. “He is very talented and well-regarded throughout the agency and production community. We are particularly impressed with his ability to interpret musical and comedic timing — he’s a perfect addition to our roster.”

Limmer, a native of Snyder, Texas, began his career as a finishing and creative editor at Storyville in New Orleans. His work there included advertising, broadcast and corporate media. He edited broadcast spots for the NCAA Final Four as well as projects for Zatarain’s, the New Orleans Saints and Hornets. In 2004, he returned to Dallas and began a seven-year run as an editor at the post house N2O.

“I have been a big admirer of Peter’s work and I like the pieces that he and Jeremy have brought together here,” he said. “It’s a very collaborative environment.” Limmer went on to say that he was attracted to Treehouse’s boutique size and creative orientation, and looks forward to working with Tarter, executive producer Jeremy Besser and other members of the team, including editor John McStravick and finishing editor Bryan Bayley.

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