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Matilda Finn signs to Pomp&Clout for US representation
Matlida Finn, winner of the Best New Director award at the UK Music Video Awards in October, has signed to Pomp&Clout for US music video and commercial representation.
The London-based director and photographer has emerged in the past year in British music videos with standout work for A2, Danny Brown, Obongjayar and Bicep, dripping with dark, visceral imagery and otherworldly atmosphere. As well as the winning the Best New Director crown at the UKMVAs 2017, she also collected the Best Dance Video (Newcomer) award for Obongjayar's Endless.
Pomp&Clout founder Ryan Staake - another winner at this year's UKMVAs - says: “I’m so pleased to have Matilda join our ranks. Her unique style and multi-disciplinary talents are a perfect fit for Pomp&Clout’s creative production approach. We’re incredibly excited to introduce Matilda’s fresh new voice to American artists and brands. I think we’re going to create some great work together.”
Matilda Finn will continue to be represented for music videos and commercials by FRIEND in the UK. Any requests for US-based projects should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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