- NEW YORK
Bicoastal creative studio Good Company has added multidisciplinary filmmaker Maxime Quoilin to its roster of creatives and directors in the U.S. for commercials, branded content and music videos. The signing--marking his first representation in the American market--comes hot off the uplifting music video Quoilin has just directed and edited for Meek Mill and Justin Timberlake’s “Believe.”
Quoilin is a visual artist who, over the years, has developed a range of expertise and perspective in a variety of roles. Hailing from Liége, Belgium, Quoilin was first noticed for his striking graphic design and photography. He expanded his work into the moving image, working as a creative editor for fashion shows for the likes of John Eliott, Alexander Wang, Coach, Rag & Bone, and SAVAGE X FENTY by Rihanna.
Quoilin’s artistry led him to creative direct music promos, live performances and world tours for artists like Travis Scott, Miley Cyrus, and Pharrell Williams, and to collaborate as an editor on the visual content for Beyonce’s Formation Tour, which is where the Good Company first experienced Quoilin’s craft.
His technical visual style, spanning creative direction and editing, then parlayed into filmmaking gigs for ASICS, Alexander Wang, Daily Paper and Vidal Sassoon. It’s this versatility which slots Quoilin among the diverse talents at Good Company, where the studio’s production and post offering spans work across commercials, music videos, world tours, and experiential activations.
Good Company managing director Ryan Heiferman said of Quoilin, “He is a truly multifaceted talent, an artist who excels across many different disciplines, yet carries his own distinct point of view throughout each area of filmmaking.”
Quoilin added, “As my first-ever representation, I’m flattered to be signing on with a creative production studio that not only represents its clients with expertise and enthusiasm, but also helps to shape our cultural landscape. They have given me the freedom to do my strongest and most imaginative work. With Good Company, I feel like I’ve found my creative family.”