Sibling Rivalry, a studio that creates immersive storytelling with design sensibility, is excited to welcome Emmy award-winning Director/Creative Director Steve Fuller to the company. Steve Fuller is widely known for such iconic projects as the Emmy award-winning main titles for AMC’s Mad Men, HBO’s Nurse Jackie and the epic HBO miniseries The Pacific produced by Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and Gary Goetzman. He has also lent his directing talent to commercials for McDonald’s and CB2.
At Sibling Rivalry, Fuller joins a select talent roster that includes Mikon van Gastel, Joe Wright, and Pete Sillen. “For many reasons Steve is a perfect fit with Sibling Rivalry and he completes the roster beautifully,” notes Executive Producer Maggie Meade. “His work ethic and curated point of view connect deeply with us and our clients, and his creativity is boundless.”
Comfortable in a variety of mediums and genres – he concepted, directed and illustrated The Pacific’s main titles - Fuller’s creative through-line is visual storytelling. The Director/Designer first forged a reputation for inspired, original projects for networks, agencies and feature films at Imaginary Forces. He was hired by then IF co-founder Mikon van Gastel with whom he worked side-by-side for many years. Fuller also admired the work of Joe Wright, then a Creative Director at Trollbäck, who went on to co-found Sibling Rivalry with Mikon van Gastel. For Fuller, most recently represented by Go Film, joining Sibling Rivalry unites him with these respected colleagues at a studio that aligns design thinking and production.
“We’ve known Steve for over a decade so welcoming him to Sibling Rivalry is like a return to the nest,” says studio Founder/Director Mikon van Gastel. “His experience, like ours, crosses over branding, titles and commercials, all design-driven storytelling.”
“Steve’s approach is thoughtful and, as a result, has produced iconic work,” adds Sibling Rivalry Founder/Director Joe Wright. “He shares our vantage point: It’s the idea that drives execution.”