Kazakhstani director Aisultan Seitov, who has recently broken into US music video world with videos for Offset and 21 Savage, has now signed to Partizan for worldwide representation.
Broken Antenna join Knucklehead
London-based directing team Broken Antenna has joined Knucklehead's UK directors roster.
Broken Antenna are Myles McAuliffe and Gustav Newby, who's inventive music videos output includes work for Slick Don, Trellion, Oscar Worldpeace and Hak Baker, and recognition with nominations at the UKMVAs. Their recent work includes Jam Baxter's Mask, featuring Ray N Bone Man, and the just-released video for Hak Baker's Wonderland.
Their approach, often using inventive in-camera visual effects, has attracted brands such as Nike, Irn-Bru, and the British Heart Foundation.
McAuliffe and Gustav Newby grew up in Camberwell, South London. After starting out in the location department on films such as Skyfall and Made in Dagenham, they went to university to study film. Early work included a fascinating documentary Lo-Down in London, which followed the London chapter of a New York gang called Lo-Lifes who exclusively wear Ralph Lauren clothes.
Agency experience came at Mother London, before a move into shooting music videos which has also been recognised at the UKMVAs and Berlin MVA awards and air time on Channel 4’s Random Acts.
• View Broken Antenna's showreel at Knucklehead here
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