COMPULSORY has announced the appointment of Stephanie Walton in the role of Head of New Business & Development, to expand on the London-based production company's profile in the commercial …
Academy & A+ sign Nadia Lee Cohen
Nadia Lee Cohen has joined A+ for music video representation, and sister company Academy Films for commercials in the UK.
Cohen has built on her burgeoning reptuation as a fine art and fashion photographer, creating surreal worlds that draw heavily on 60s and 70s cinema and Americana, has adapted her style to film with increasing success, and particularly in a series of music videos in the past year, for Elli Ingram, DRAM, and most recently, Kali Uchis's After The Storm (featuring Tyler, The Creator and Bootsy Collins).
As a photographer she has worked with brands and artists, from Miu Miu to A$AP Rocky, and her work featured by in I-D Magazine, Vice, New York Magazine, Indie and many others.
• Watch Nadia Lee Cohen's showreel here
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