Coming from a family of filmmakers, Claire had already been awarded two BAFTAs by the time she was 30 and has since amassed an impressive16 Promax Awards and a Gold at the Kinsale Shark awards.
The last ten years has seen Claire carve out a remarkable career through Red Bee Creative and the BBC, conceiving and directing highly visual promotions for iconic television programmes such as Eastenders, Dr. Who and Children in need, as well as a variety of network season launches, BBC products and apps.
Burger founder, Alan Traquair, comments; “Claire has a great eye for casting and manages to seamlessly blend humour, charm and bundles of character into her work. Her films are so well constructed and engaging, that I find myself wanting to watch them again and again.” He further comments, “Claire always delivers, whatever the narrative, whatever the characters and genres involved. She has a wealth of experience and I really admire her approach.”
Claire’s infectious enthusiasm for her work also played a big part in Alan wanting her to join the roster at Burger, echoed by Claire who says “ I can’t wait for the opportunity to apply all I have learnt over the years with the Red Bee Creative and the BBC, to work on projects and briefs of all shapes and sizes…. I am really looking forward to becoming part of the Burger family”.
Burger has recently signed to Lemonade reps, who represent industry heavy weights, Aardman, Framestore and Burning Reel, amongst others. Lemonade founder, Corin West (formerly at Th1ng) comments
"One of Alan’s biggest strengths is the ability to recognise, nurture and develop talent in commercials. The addition of Claire Norowzian is an excellent example of this and I look forward to helping with Burger’s development and moving the company forward".