Multi award-winning London-based director and writer Lewis Rose has joined Park Village for commercials, content and music videos.
Alabama join Believe Media
James Worsley and Pedro de la Fuente, aka British directing duo Alabama - directors of acclaimed videos for Monsta and Seven Lions – have now joined Believe Media for music videos.
Having made an impression with their video for Seven Lions' Days To Come, featuring excellent underwater photography and VFX, they went on to direct the video for Zomboy's Run It, before their breakthrough video for Monsta's Messiah, shot in Savannah, Georgia in the American Deep South at the beginning of 2013.
Believe have welcomed James and Pedro to the company by saying: "Ever since we first saw their work we've felt like they're definitely at the forefront of London's new pack of fresh and exciting young directing talent, taking abstract concepts and blending them with subtle narratives to achieve something truly unique."
Alabama will now be represented for music videos by OBmanagement.
Alabama director's reel here
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