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Greg Barnes signs to Black Dog Films
Greg Barnes, who has directed videos for Kamaal Williams, Haus, Benny Mails and Nathaniel Ratecliff and the Night Sweats, has signed to Black Dog Films in London.
With a passion for finding stories and surreal moments in the everyday world, Greg Barnes’s filmmaking has foundations in documentary whilst embracing more abstract concepts. He has directed music videos and live footage for the likes of the Mercury Award-winning hip-hop trio Young Fathers, legendary DJ and producer Bonobo, hotly-tipped London jazz-funk artist Kamaal Williams, and R&B and folk-inspired Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. Clients for his films include Vice, Clash, Wonderland, Esquire, and Warp.
Martin Roker, Head of Black Dog Films, says: "“We’re really excited about working with Greg. He’s a young talent with a bright future ahead, and there’s a lot of potential to work on some cool projects together. He’s a perfect fit for Black Dog.”
• Watch Greg Barnes’s showreel at Black Dog Films here
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