COMPULSORY has announced the appointment of Stephanie Walton in the role of Head of New Business & Development, to expand on the London-based production company's profile in the commercial …
Kim Gehrig joins Somesuch & Co.
Kim leaves Academy Films where, after working as an ad agency creative at Mother, she launched her directing career with music videos for the likes of Gomez, Architecture In Helsinki and more, before successfully moving into commercials.
Her video for Wiley's Cash In My Pocket won an UK MVA in 2009, her first commercial for Amnesty International won a Silver Cannes Lion, and her promo-cum-ad for IKEA's Kitchen At Parties was named Ad of the Year in 2010 by Campaign. Most recently she directed Poodle Loop for the Nokia Loop App (above).
"Kim is a massive talent, it makes us extraordinarily happy to have her as part of the Somesuch family," says Sally Campbell. "Kim's unorthodox vision for the future goes perfectly with ours, so we're absolutely thrilled to be working with her again."
Nadia Lee Cohen has joined A+ for music video representation, and sister company Academy Films for commercials in the UK.
Multi award-winning London-based director and writer Lewis Rose has joined Park Village for commercials, content and music videos.
London-based British-Guyanese artist, photographer and director Ray Fiasco has joined Luti Media for representation for music videos and commercials.
FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Director/DoP Kristen Griffin's video for Chaouche's song Progression channels inspirations of Ophelia, Kate Bush, and Studio Ghibli - an atmospheric gothic fantasy that was …
Big Heath bounces into people, and takes over their bodies - having more fun in some than he does in others - in this rollicking vehicle for the lovable London rapper's new tune Bouncy, …
This is a problematic and disturbing video for Heavyweight Records' newest recruits Sludge by Norwegian director Kenneth Karlsbad.
GIRLI returns with this entertaining song-and-dance interpretation of her violent moodswings directed by regular collaborator Vasilisa Forbes.
Twenty-five years ago, Soul Asylum's Runaway Train music video aired on MTV. Moving and gritty, the video directed by Tony Kaye showed images of actual missing children, 21 of whom were …