Multi award-winning London-based director and writer Lewis Rose has joined Park Village for commercials, content and music videos.
Clemens Habicht joins Riff Raff for UK music videos and commercials
Clemens Habicht, director of the hugely successful video for Mike Mago's The Show (above) earlier this year, has joined Riff Raff Films for music video and commercials representation in the UK.
The Australian born, Paris-based director has also directed videos for The Presets, Bloc Party, Tame Impala, Friendly Fires, and most recently for Alex Metric & Jacques Lu Cont's Safe With You - his second video for Ministry of Sound after the Mike Mago hit.
Also a successful illustrator and graphic designer, Clemens' work is characterised by strong visual ideas and execution - whether its turning Friendly Fires into skeletons in Skeleton Boy, filming skydivers wearing Presets masks in the video for Fall, or multiplying skaters on the ice for Alex Metric's Safe With You. In the Mike Mago video, he creates a character within a bicycle seat, appreciating the charms of his female rider as she cycles around Paris.
Clemens joins Riff Raff in London from Soixante Quinze - where he is still based in France.
Nadia Lee Cohen has joined A+ for music video representation, and sister company Academy Films for commercials in the UK.
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