Nicolas has helmed films for brands including Apple, EuroJackpot, The NBA, and Land RoverAfter a six-year stint in LA, British born director Nicolas Randall is returning home to London and signing with Feel Films.
With a masters degree in Architecture and Interior Design from the Royal College of Art, Nicolas forged a career as a creative director both sides of the pond working with an array of top agencies, including Wieden+Kennedy, Media Arts Lab, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, 180, Dentsu and Sid Lee.
As a director he’s helmed films for Apple, EuroJackpot, The NBA, Land Rover, State Farm, Canon and Roberto Cavalli as well as numerous music videos, including the seminal Daft Punk video for Lose Yourself to Dance in collaboration with VANS.
Louise Gagen, EP at Feel Films, is delighted to welcome Nicolas home having produced for Nicolas back when we was originally London-based. “Nicolas is a truly versatile and multi-talented director with an agency pedigree and impeccable aesthetics both as a director and photographer. He has a natural eye for the composition, art direction and beauty of film, but not at the expense of story and subtle performance; and it shows in the depth and breadth of his reel that includes luxury brands, cars, achingly cool narrative music videos and TV spots with nuanced comedy. We really can’t wait to collaborate with him on projects both in commercials and music videos.”
Nicolas added: “After a six year hiatus from London shooting film and photography in Los Angeles, I'm excited to be looking at European work again with a fresh, more experienced eye. Having worked with the amazing Louise Gagen in the past and knowing her brilliant reputation in the industry - combined with her awesome creative reps Kate Elson and Alexa Haywood, I feel very excited and confident to shoot some beautiful work in both the London and European markets again.”
Nicolas joining Feel Films is an exciting validation of the work they have been doing over the past year as a company to further build a relevant multi platform roster and attract directors who can work in an increasingly diverse market, and there are more exciting announcements to come over the coming months.
View Nicolas' full reel here