David Knight - 14th Mar 2017

Alexandra Green, one of the go-to names for dance and movement in British music videos, has joined the directors roster at Bullion Productions.

The move comes as Green makes her breakthrough as a music video director with back-to-back videos for Virgin EMI band Vaults - most recently for Hurricane – both produced through Bullion. She will be represented by the London-based production company for videos, content, commercials and long/short form.

It's also the next step in Ally Green's well-established relationship with Bullion. She choreographed her first music video, for Bullion director and co-founder James Willis in 2014, before establishing herself in the music video industry in London as one of its top choreographers, working for the likes of Emeli Sandé, MØ, Jack Garratt, Michael Kiwanuka and Laura Marling.

Green made her directing debut last year with the short film Let Me, before directing her first video for Vaults' version of One Day I'll Fly Away in late 2016.

“Directing felt like the next natural step for me," says Ally Green. "Creatively it feels like the perfect platform to begin to execute my ideas. There’s a lot of work I want to make, my passion for dance and movement is intrinsic to my work and very much a part of me but I'm looking forward to creating and steering the entire vision more.”

• Watch Alexandra Green showreel at Bullion here

David Knight - 14th Mar 2017

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