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Sam Brown joins The Directors Bureau for North America

Sam Brown joins The Directors Bureau for North America

David Knight - 14th Sept 2010

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA. More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&amp;AD Yellow Pencil-winning <em>Fantastic Journey</em> for Virgin Trains. But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship. "Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said <br/>TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him." Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA.

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA. More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&amp;AD Yellow Pencil-winning <em>Fantastic Journey</em> for Virgin Trains. But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship. "Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said <br/>TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him." Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&AD Yellow Pencil-winning Fantastic Journey for Virgin Trains.

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA. More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&amp;AD Yellow Pencil-winning <em>Fantastic Journey</em> for Virgin Trains. But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship. "Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said <br/>TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him." Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship.

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA. More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&amp;AD Yellow Pencil-winning <em>Fantastic Journey</em> for Virgin Trains. But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship. "Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said <br/>TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him." Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

"Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said
TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him."

Sam built his reputation with music videos for artists such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Doves, The Verve, The Fray, Elbow, James Blunt, Mew, The Duke Spirit, Gemma Hayes and Foo Fighters. His video work has garnered critical acclaim and has been recognized with awards including a CAD and an MTV VMA. More recently he has focused on commercials, his work including ads for Nike, Samsung, Audi, BBCRADIO1 and UK Lotto, and the D&amp;AD Yellow Pencil-winning <em>Fantastic Journey</em> for Virgin Trains. But he returned to music video earlier this year, making a big impression with his controversial video for Jay Z and Swizz Beats' On to the Next One (right) - the subject of accusations that the rap mogul was promoting devil worship. "Sam's an incredible talent, and we've admired his work for awhile now," said <br/>TDB Executive Producer, Cayce Cole, "so naturally, we're thrilled to finally be working with him." Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

Sam Brown remains represented by Flynn productions for music videos, and by Rogue Films for commercials in the UK.

David Knight - 14th Sept 2010

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