Nineteentwenty, the award-winning visual effects and production facility, have announced that they are joining forces with JW Collective for representation and creative collaboration.
Formed in 2013 by producer Scott Griffin and Visual Effect Supervisors Ludo Fealy and Chrys Aldred, the founding partners at nineteentwenty have over 60 years of visual effects experience between them, including periods at Framestore, MPC, Rushes, Soho 601 and Glassworks. The studio has picked up numerous awards along the way, working with the best directors and agencies in the industry.
Commenting on the partnership, Scott Griffin, Managing Director, nineteentwenty said: “We’ve achieved significant growth across the past couple of years and delivered some complex and challenging commercials projects. We’re ready to offer our services more widely and look forward to working with Jane and her partners at JW Collective to achieve this”.
Meanwhile, Jane White, of JW Collective said: “I’m pleased to welcome nineteentwenty to JW Collective. They’ve produced some stunning work for an impressive line-up of high profile directors and creative agencies and I’m excited to introduce their talented team to our network partners and industry contacts”.
Nineteentwenty’s offices are uniquely split between central London (Mortimer Street) and Bristol Temple Meads, a studio space three times the size of London. This allows them to run a large crew of highly skilled artists without the London overhead, delivering the best value creative solutions to their clients.
Their work features commercials and promo projects for long list of brands including: Arla, BBC, Belstaff, Betway, BP, BT, Budweiser, Calpol, Canon, Carte D’or, Cesar, Cobra, Danone, Direct Line, E-ON Energy, Flash, Glenfiddich, Haig, Heineken, Ilohas, ITV, KFC, Kia, Littlewoods, Morrison’s, Nando’s, New York Bakery, O2, Oxo, Paddy Power, Pepsi, Persil, Post Office, Robinson’s, Samsung, Sky Cinema, SSE, Sunny, The Sun, Toyota, Velvet and Very.
Their latest project is for coffee brand Tassimo ‘Make Room’
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