Mill+ has announced the signing of renowned experiential director GMUNK to its roster in Europe & Asia. GMUNK is multi-disciplinary creative who defies categorisation, his future focused work both on-screen and in experiential spheres always leaves a distinct mark on audiences.
Using psychedelic palettes, his signature style is enigmatic and atmospheric, often with the intention of bridging the gap between the human and the technological. His bold creative vision is presented through multiple disciplines, meaning his portfolio spans commercials, short film and title sequences as well as digital and installation pieces.
This has led him to regularly collaborate with some of the world’s most visionary brands including Audi, Microsoft and Samsung. His latest installation, in collaboration with VTPro Design, is currently open to the public in Los Angeles and is a spectacle of immersive theater, an exploration of the absence and presence of light and how it defines a space. The experience uses Robotic Conductors, wielding large, fabricated geometric shades to manipulate the various light sources and cast arrays of graphic shadow work throughout the space.
Some of his other recent creative highlights include a thought provoking spot for Infinity, ‘Study of Power’, a vibrant film for gaming app DOTS ‘Play Beautifully’, and a stunning design focused AR app for Dolby, ‘Asteria’.
GMUNK has also been recognised for creating the world’s first driving experience controlled solely by human emotions for Acura, proving his work to be at the cutting-edge of cross-disciplinary creative.
Mill+ executive director Stephen Venning comments ‘Having someone of the calibre of GMUNK joining the Mill+ roster is hugely exciting. The opportunity to collaborate with him as an artist, visionary and director, fully integrating him into the business is immense’.
GMUNK states ‘I’m very excited about the partnership with Mill+. We’ve been collaborating for years and have established a close working relationship so we can hit the ground running on a variety of projects. I’m personally very inspired by highly technical work grounded in narrative and cinematic palettes, and I feel the amazing teams at The Mill will be pivotal in helping to achieve these modes of expression in both commercial and experiential realms’.
You can check out his reel here