NYC's Wax adds editing talent
January 4, 2022

NYC's Wax adds editing talent

NEW YORK CITY — Boutique post production company Wax ( has expanded its editorial roster with the recent additions of Cass Vanini and Jeremy Huff.

Photo (L-R): Vanini and Huff

Vanini brings more than two decades of editing experience, including time at Psyop and Work Editorial. He has worked on a variety of projects, including Coca Cola’s Happiness Factory and Converse’s My Drive Thru, as well as gained experience in the world of VFX. Additional credits include projects for Samsung, Under Armour, UNIQLO, FedEx, JBL and Huggies. Vanini has also cut music videos for Pharrell Williams, Kid Cudi, Smirnoff Sound Collective and Sweethead, to name a few.

Huff’s career began in San Francisco in the mid 2000s, where he started as an assistant editor at the commercial post house Teak. For four years, he honed his skills, working on a range of projects for brands that include Jansport, EA Sports, Comcast, Google and H&M. In 2011 he relocated to New York City, where he worked for Superfad, Lost Planet and Consulate, before arriving at Wax. His credits include work for Verizon, NFL, Spotify, Planned Parenthood, American Express, Chanel, Wells Fargo, Nissan and Royal Caribbean. He also recently cut Bas’s music video The Jackie, featuring + J. Cole and Lil Tjay.

“I’m thrilled to welcome both Cass and Jeremy to the Wax family,” says Toni Lipari, founder of Wax. “They are not only incredible editors, but also outstanding human beings, and I consider myself lucky to work side by side with them.”