Pulse Films has announce the signing of director Stephen Isaac-Wilson to its award-winning music video roster.
FAMILIA joins OB Management for music video representation
London-based production company FAMILIA's roster of music video directors is now represented by OB Management.
The award-winning company, one of the UK's most profilic in music video production, have gone into partnership with OB for music video representation with immediate effect. FAMILIA's directors, including Craig Moore (whose work includes videos for Tinie Tempah, above), Francis Wallis, Sashinski, Danny Chan, Dominic O'Riordon and Aella Jordan-Edge, will be repped in London by OB's music video agents Sam Davey and Kim Jarrett.
On announcing the news, FAMILIA executive producer Toby Walsham said: “In OB we see a brilliant management company who we truly believe can get the best out of our established roster, while developing and nurturing our emerging talent for innovating promo work.”
OB's Sam Davey added: "We’ve just always loved and respected the guys' hunger for music videos. Whether it’s seeing an opportunity that might help enhance a younger director's reel and develop their skills, or nailing a big international pop video, they always do this without prejudice. Kim and I are looking forward to working alongside all the directors, nurturing new relationships and creating more killer work."
Greg Barth, the Swiss-born, UK-based artist and director, has joined Friends Electric - the London & LA-based creative studio and sister company to Electric Theatre Collective.
Maurizio Von Trapp has joined Academy Films to head up the music department at the London-based production company.
Sundance award-winner Dylan Holmes Williams has signed to Stink Films new directing talent roster Stink Rising, to be represented for music videos and commercials in the UK.
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