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Patrick Daughters Expands Anonymous Content Representation in UK

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Daughters has been with Anonymous Content in the US since 2016

Patrick Daughters Expands Anonymous Content Representation in UK

Renowned commercial and music video director Patrick Daughters has expanded his relationship with Anonymous Content to include representation in the UK. Known for his vividly expressive filmmaking. Daughters, who has been with Anonymous Content in the US since 2016, is a unique and visionary director who’s helmed campaigns for top brands including Target, Ikea, Stella Artois, Acura, Honda, Sony, and Ford. 

His recent commercial work includes a toy’s car’s big “Journey” for Dell, mixing genres and settings for Audible, fulfilling dreams with the stylish, venue-morphing campaign “Make It Real” for Squarespace; and a colorful (and flavorful) ode to hydration by John Legend for Bai. 

When Daughters originally launched his commercial career, it was to immediate acclaim, winning the First Boards Award for Best New Director. Over a decade later his work has claimed AICP, D&AD, MTV VMA, Grammy, and UKMVA honors.

During film school, Daughters directed three award-winning short films that launched his directing career, gaining the attention of the The Rapture and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. He went on to direct countless music videos for some of the most well-known indie bands, with Pitchfork calling him “one of the decade’s finest directors”. His most memorable musical work includes the insanely popular “1234” video for Feist, featured in an Apple spot, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ iconic “Maps,” the slow-mo trip, “Two Weeks” for Grizzly Bear, and his layered kaleidoscope vision for Adele’s “Send My Love (To Your New Lover”). 

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Anonymous Content, Thu, 21 Apr 2022 06:53:00 GMT