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Honor Society Signs Director Evan Dennis

Marketing & PR
Los Angeles, USA
Dennis kicked off his career in design and animation before transitioning into live-action work

Bi-coastal production company Honor Society has signed director Evan Dennis for U.S. commercial representation. Dennis’ diverse skill set as a filmmaker is informed by his passion for art, cinema, photography, writing and VFX. His natural talent for extracting honest performances for documentary and narrative projects alike can be seen in his work that blurs the lines between entertainment and advertising for such top brands as Google, Adidas, Samsung, Guinness, Mountain Dew, Dunkin’ Donuts, Scion and Intel. He brings a drive for collaborating with passionate creatives to craft filmwork that captures raw emotion and authenticity fused with his no holds barred production approach provides a continually evolving approach and aesthetic to all of his work.

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“Evan is truly passionate about creating cinematic work that always manages to strike an emotional chord,” notes Honor Society Executive Producer/Managing Partner Megan Kelly. “He is constantly pushing the envelope creatively with a strong sense of storytelling and acute attention to detail. He approaches every project with a willingness and excitement that really shows in the finished piece. We are thrilled to have him join our team.”

Adds Dennis, “In such a competitive climate, it was really important for me to find the perfect home with people that really understand me and my work. These are always really close relationships and I clicked with Megan and Eli off the bat. It’s so important to have a team behind me that is so supportive and wants to work as hard as I do. I think I fill a nice space on the roster as well that creates a contrast with the other directors. I know we’re going to make some awesome work together.”

After attending art school, Dennis kicked off his career in design and animation before transitioning into live-action work. He quickly became immersed in music video and short film projects. He directed and produced a short film for one of New York City’s oldest and most prominent tattoo shops, N.Y. Adorned, which quickly received a strong online reception, including a Vimeo Staff Pick. His first narrative short film “Guerra,” for which he also penned the script, is currently in post production and is slated for the festival circuit in 2018. The film was produced by Frank Grillo (Captain America: Civil War, Warrior, The Grey) and focuses on the first day of a young woman’s release from prison as she returns to the boxing gym she calls home.

Dennis currently lives in Los Angeles, where he is pursuing writing and directing feature film projects.

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