Artists and Derelicts (AND) has added director Gil Green to its commercialmaking roster. This represents an expansion of their relationship as Green continues to be handled by the company for music videos. His credits include international campaigns for Pepsi, Timberland and Bud Light. He has also creative directed and directed the opening introductions for the NBA’s Miami Heat for the past four years.
A Miami native, Green went on to attend NYU film school, where his thesis music video appeared on nationally recognized music networks MTV, BET, and The Box. Today, he has directed upwards of 150 music videos for artists including P. Diddy, Lupe Fiasco, and Trey Songz, which garnered three consecutive BET Awards for “Director of the Year,” and an MTV VMA for “Best Hip Hop Video” for directing Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop.”
From music videos to commercials, Green draws inspiration from music, sports, and lifestyle. He is also venturing into film, and recently spearheaded a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise money for ALS with an inspiring 9-minute short titled Who is Lou Gehrig?
Prior to joining AND, Green was repped for commercials by The Cavalry Productions.