London-based directing team Broken Antenna has joined Knucklehead's UK directors roster.
Partizan sign Rianne White
Rianne White, director of recent videos for Young Fathers, Moss Kena, Polo, The Proclaimers and Gilligan Moss, has joined Partizan’s for representation for music videos and commercials.
Coming from a theatre background, and studying choreography at Falmouth University, White's work is known for exploring movement and different modes of choreography. Her music video directing breakthrough came late last year with Young Fathers' Lord, from their critically acclaimed album Coca Sugar (above).
Rianne has gone on to make videos for Moss Kena and the new video for Gilligan Moss's Want U So Bad. She has also directed content for Diesel, Dulux, VSCO and fashion TVCs.
• Watch Rianne White's showreel at Partizan here
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