Los Angeles, CA-based entertainment company WINDOWSEAT has signed directors Matt Fife and Chris Hicky for commercial, television and film representation. Fife’s 15+ years of experience in writing, directing, producing and editorial for film and video productions, plus his extensive TV network experience lend him a highly diverse sensibility within the creative production industry. Grammy-nominated and highly sought-after country music video director Hicky has directed over 100 music videos in addition to spots for such top brands as Samsung, Dell and Honda. Both directors are currently in development on long-form film projects.
Notes WINDOWSEAT Partner Moz Miraba, “Matt’s highly visual style and keen eye for vivid motion graphics combined with his experience working with top Hollywood talent make him a nimble artist for projects across any medium. His varied experience, along with Chris Hicky’s impressive background in music videos and live music events really fits the direction that WINDOWSEAT is going. We look forward to executing diverse and successful projects with this directorial talent on our roster.”
U.C. Berkley alum Matt Fife got his start in the entertainment industry as a Writer/Producer at ABC Television in promo and branding before moving on to The WB where he began as a Creative Director and worked his way up to Vice President of Creative, overseeing the image and branding of the network. He spent the next 6 years as Vice President of Creative at Fox Broadcasting Company where he served as creative director, executing the network’s live action image campaigns and show campaigns. It was also at this time that he got his feet wet directing commercial shoots for network promos and international brands.
Fife also has experience working with top Hollywood Talent including Hugh Laurie, Keifer Sutherland, Zoey Deschnel and the casts of Glee and Prison Break. Additionally, he is currently working on a music documentary for Warner Bros. UK and has partnered with Bob Marley’s family to develop a series on global humanitarianism.