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Quinn Wilson Joins Object & Animal



Quinn rose to prominence as creative director for Lizzo, working on all aspects of creative output

Quinn Wilson Joins Object & Animal
Quinn Wilson is a director and creative director joining Object & Animal for worldwide representation, currently residing between LA and NYC.

Quinn rose to prominence as creative director for Lizzo, working on all aspects of creative output; album artwork, video direction and stage design, notably the now legendary Grammy Performances - one of which included her lifetime ambition of creating a gigantic helium booty balloon.

Having studied at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, her design background heavily influences her moving image projects as does a passion for authentic representation of queerness and blackness in modern media.

Her directing work has seen her work with King Princess, Katy Perry and of course Lizzo (amassing her tens of millions of views). Recently, Quinn directed a TV promo for the BBC out early next year. She has been featured in the likes of Vogue, Pitchfork, Fader and Dazed. 

Her latest offering is the King Princess video for PAIN, this follows on the heels of the entirely 3D King Princess video created during lockdown.

"Quinn is able to radically shift ideals of beauty and convention in a clever and campy way, subverting industry norms while delivering truly modern moments of pop culture." said Morgan Clement, executive producer at Object & Animal.

Click here to see Quinn's reel.

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Object & Animal, Wed, 16 Dec 2020 10:45:12 GMT