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Rupert Jones, Daniel Broadley, Harry Cauty, Jamie Muir and Rollo now represented by Lock It In

Rupert Jones, Daniel Broadley, Harry Cauty, Jamie Muir and Rollo now represented by Lock It In

David Knight - 7th Feb 2014

Lock It In, the talent representation agency formed last year by Chloe Page, has launched its new website with a number of new directors signed to the agency for music video representation. 

Rupert Jones, the hugely experienced director of innovative videos for artists such as The Streets, The Hoosiers, Bob Dylan, Charlotte Church and McFly, is now once again represented for music videos in London by Chloe at Lock It In.

She has also added several directors based at Kode Media to the company's representation roster: Harry Cauty who has worked with Rizzle Kicks, Rita Ora and Elli Ingram; Jamie Muir, who has created strong narratives for Chasing Grace and others; Daniel Broadley, strong on performance, and who has worked with artists such as Don Broco; and Rollo who recently directed the strong narrative video for You Me At Six.

As well as these new signings, Lock It In also represent a range of other directors based at other production companies in London. From The Sweet Shop, Chloe represents Special Problems – who now work under their individual names of Joel Kefali and Campbell Hooper – Alexander Brown and Dylan Pharazyn; from Bullion, Lock It In represent directing talent such as Ben&Ross, James Willis, Jack Newman, Kent Hugo, Matt Maude (Ex Left Eye Blind) and Ollie Evans.

From Gas&Electric, Chloe represents to Mike Baldwin, Magnus Hardner and Prano; and from NY-based The Good Company, she represents Nathaniel Brown, Arran Platt and Jonathan Lia; as well as independents such as Love Making Films and Brendan Canty.

See the roster at Lock It In at the new company website here

David Knight - 7th Feb 2014


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