- CULVER CITY, Calif.
International production company Stink Films has brought director Andrew Litten aboard its roster in the U.S. for commercials, music videos, and branded content.
Since forging his aesthetic in Atlanta’s rich underground music and fashion scenes, Litten has used his life experiences to shape a perspective that is simultaneously dreamlike and informed by lived experience. His visual storytelling explores the nuances of humanity while transcending the expected formula. Prior to joining Stink, Litten was repped by production house Voyager.
Litten’s work has screened at the Atlanta and St. Louis International Film Festivals, and been featured in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Vimeo’s Staff Picks. His brand collaborations include projects for Northwestern Medicine, Spotify featuring Anderson .Paak, Kellogg’s, and a film for P&G that profiles the lives of the company’s employees across six countries: Brazil, India, China, Japan, Germany, and the U.S. Litten’s credits also include the “King’s Blvd” music video for Nana.
“Andrew is immensely talented. His innate sense for blending the surreal with the tangible is one of a kind,” said Stink founder Daniel Bergmann. “The emotions he captures on film are rich and humane. He elicits truth from every performance he films.”
“I’m beyond happy to be working with the legendary team at Stink,” said Litten. “I know that this next chapter is going to be unlike anything to date, and I’m ready to make great work with them.”