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Stephen Agnew joins Kode Media
Prolific Irish creative and director Stephen Agnew has joined Kode Media for representation for music videos and commercials in the UK and the US.
Agnew's directing work ranges from live action to coding, motion graphics to multi media installations, and also includes music videos for Drenge, Ruen Brothers, Royal Blood, All We Are and Pulled Apart by Horses. His commercial works include brands such as Levis, Topman and 55DSL.
“We’re all really pleased to welcome Stephen to the family,” says Nathan Killham, head of music video at Kode. “I've already seen some really exciting and fresh ideas from Stephen since we started working together. He brings something new to the roster and I can’t wait to start making strong and standout videos together."
On his signing with Kode, Stephen adds, “I’m beyond excited to embark on this phase of my career with the team at Kode. Their energy and enthusiasm is boundless and infectious. I’m looking forward to collaboration with them all, and creating truly fantastic work."
• Watch Stephen Agnew's showreel at the Kode Media website here
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