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Caviar sign Scott Perry for UK and Netherlands

Caviar sign Scott Perry for UK and Netherlands

Promonews - 4th July 2024

Caviar have announced the signing of New York-based filmmaker Scott Perryto their roster for commercial and music video representation in the UK and The Netherlands.

Perry honed his craft in the music industry: having filmed and toured with artists, worked for the likes of MTV and MySpace in the heyday before becoming Creative Director and Head of Video at The FADER. Perry’s work spans genres including documentary, sport, music and fashion and includes an impressive array of clients which includes Nike, Apple Music, Vogue,
Beats By Dre, Google, Under Armour and The New York Times. The common thread to each film - always told with an underlying tone of authentic storytelling captured through a fresh, raw and sensitive lens, no matter what the subject matter.

"What instantly attracted me to Scott’s work was how he excels at bringing humanity, authenticity and intention to his films," says Sorcha Shepherd, Managing Executive Producer at Caviar London. "His take on capturing portraits of his talent and their stories feels super contemporary. Plus he is a dog person, so I know he is also the best of humans. So excited about growing him in the UK market. Welcome Scott (and Scott’s Dog)!"

Scott Perry adds: "Caviar’s work and roster speak for themselves. As soon as I met with the team at their London office, we immediately connected and I knew I found a new home. Being invited to join a roster alongside such inspiring directors is a privilege. I can’t wait to grow, collaborate and create some amazing spots together."

• Watch Scott Perry's work at Caviar here

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