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BRTHR join FRIEND in the UK
Young New York based directing duo BRTHR have joined FRIEND in London for music videos and commercials.
BRTHR is Alex Lee and Kyle Wightman, who in a short space of time have notched up a portfilio of fast-paced and boldly graphic videos for a number of exciting acts, including Angel Haze, Iggy Azalea (above), MS MR and I/O.
"We've been following BRTHR for a while now and they've consistently upped their game on every video they've worked on. It's exciting to be part of their next step and we can't wait to see what ideas they come up with next," says Nico Chavez, head of music videos at FRIEND in London.
Alex and Kyle join a prolific and eclectic roster that includes: Focus Creeps, Radical Friend, Kristoffer Borgli, Sean Pecknold, That Go, Tim & Joe, Matt Lambert, Tim Erem, Geremy & Georgie (LEGS), Andre Chocron, Naor Aloni, Oliver Goodrum, Georgi Banks-Davies and CRCR.
BRTHR are repped for music videos in the UK by Alexa Haywood, and by FRIEND for commercials, who will produce all their projects in the UK. They also recently signed to LEGS in the US.
BRTHR showreel here
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