- LOS ANGELES
Bicoastal production company Supply&Demand has signed director Bruce St. Clair. An Englishman who was born in Milan, St. Clair has turned out ambitious commercial work that has garnered recognition at international awards shows such as Cannes Lions, D&AD, and Clio.
While his automobile work is prominently known, with clients like Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Chevrolet, Nissan, Toyota, Mini, Volkswagen, Jeep, Kia, and Fiat, St. Clair’s distinctive vision also spans efforts for IKEA, California Lottery, Vodaphone, Whirlpool, Gillette, Samsung, Visa, ING, and Cazadores Tequila. St. Clair has collaborated with such international agencies as BBDO, TBWA, Leo Burnett, McCann, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, DDB, David&Goliath, and Saatchi&Saatchi, among others.
“The team at S&D are extremely creative and consummate professionals,” said St. Clair. “They are the perfect match to guide me forward in my career from this point, with their excellent judgment on potential projects and top notch production prowess. I’m very much looking forward to creating great work with them.”
“Bruce is a dynamic, intuitive and inventive filmmaker,” said Charleen Manca, executive producer at Supply & Demand. “His ability to capture humanity with a clear point of view shines through in all his work. We are beyond excited to share his work with both agencies and clients and look forward to bringing him new opportunities that further expand his already robust body of work.”
St. Clair is also represented by Nicholas Berglund in Germany, Cream in France, Arbol in Mexico, and Zeitgeist in Spain. Prior to joining Supply&Demand, he was handled by Pulse Films in the U.S. market.