Michael LaHaie is a longtime editor for film and television. He collaborated on George Ratliff's feature, the acclaimed documentary "Hell House" which premiered at the Toronto Film festival and has become a cult classic. He also worked with Chris Eigeman on his feature debut "Turn the River" starring Famke Janssen and Rip Torn which was nominated for the Indie Spirit Awards in 2009. Most recently, Michael collaborated for a second time with George Ratliff on "Salvation Boulevard" starring Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, and Pierce Brosnan, which premiered at Sundance this year and sold to Sony Picture Classics. Michael moves from the narrative, documentaries and reality worlds and some of his other work includes the CW show "Life is Wild", the documentary, "How's Your News?", the first season of Bravo's landmark show "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy", and most recently the Adult Swim comedy, "Delocated".