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Ray Kay is an award winning director and photographer based in Los Angeles and Miami (Gaga, Bieber, Beyonce, Britney, Pepsi, Mango, Apple). He is one of the most popular directors of music videos, with 5 Billion Youtube views. And his video for Justin Bieber’s “Baby” was the most viewed video ever on internet for many years, with over 1.5 Billion views. Ray is also a successful fashion, advertising and artist photographer.
DIRECTOR // WRITER // CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Kendall is a multi-disciplinary creative.
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Dynamic visual sensibilities and the ability to answer any creative challenge with fresh, viable solutions are talents that have served Kendall well over the course of an evolving creative career. In addition to commercial-focused efforts for brands like Pepsi, he has developed the on-air launch campaigns and directed award winning spots for television stalwarts such as The Blacklist, The Voice, Chicago Fire, Thursday Night Football, America’s Got Talent and The Olympics. A passion for creative collaboration and a well-crafted brand of storytelling has helped Kendall amass over 40 broadcast and commercial industry awards across multiple disciplines, most recently nabbing a 2016 Cannes Lion for Pepsi Perfect.
Patrick Guedj : Director, photographer, writer.
He loves « imperfect perfection » (stolen from Araki).
Kenzo Parfums’s artistic director, he designs and directs advertising campaigns.
Whether it is a smile from the viewers, a pause, a tear, a wonder or even goosebumps.
„Deeply human“ is one of the compliments that you can hear for Frank’s work. Very appropriate in times where consumers are craving relevance and authenticity in advertising. „The most powerful special effect is a close up of a human face. A good commercial attracts your attention, a great commercial touches your body, it connects with you. Humans work like soundboxes, you have to play the right tone, to make an emotion swing.“ With the camera and his actors Frank knows precisely how to create an emotion. He has worked with directors’ coach Judith Weston (coach of Alejandro González Iñarritu) and acting teachers Susan Batson (Juliette Binoche, Nicole Kidman) and Jean-Louis Rodrigue (Alexander Technique). „It is hard work and absolute precision, to make everything look light and easy in the end. Effortlessness is what I reach for on the screen.“