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 …
Colonel Blimp sign Oliver Hadlee Pearch
Oliver Hadlee Pearch, the co-director of three hit videos for Jungle has signed to Colonel Blimp for music video representation.
Oliver is a 24 year-old photographer and and director. Together with bandmember JLW, he has helmed a trilogy of dance-themed videos for the secretive West London duo known as Jungle, each featuring an exceptional street dance performance: Platoon features six year old breakdancing sensation B-Girl Terra; The Heat showcases rollerskate duo High Rollaz; while Busy Earnin' features a dance troupe choreographed by Arthur Mulhern.
"We're super-excited to have Oliver on board," says Nathan James Tettey, head of music video at Colonel Blimp.
• Watch the Oliver Hadlee Pearch showreel here
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