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Bison joins FRIEND
London-based production company FRIEND has signed Bison for representation for music videos and commercials.
Otherwise known as Dave Bullivant, Bison is a London-based director and photographer who has directed videos for London Grammar, Birdy, Michael Woods, Rosie Lowe and others. He won Best Best Alternative Video-UK at the UKMVAs in 2014 for London Grammar's Wasting Our Young Years.
A passionate believer in the misappropriation of technology in the pursuit of new and innovative visual ideas, he has worked as an editor and motion graphics animator, and has had work featured in Le Book and the Nowness Short Film Showcase. His commercial clients include BMW, 3 Mobile, Samsung, Nike.
Luke Tierney, head of videos at FRIEND says: ""We’re delighted Bison has joined the family, his style represents our aesthetics perfectly so it was a very natural fit for all. Can’t wait to get started!"
• Watch Bison's showreel at FRIEND here
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