Lord Danger Adds Amr Singh, MP Curtet To Its Directorial Roster
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Production studio Lord Danger has signed three directors--Amr Singh and director-photography duo Marlyne and Patrick Curtet (MP Curtet)--for U.S. representation spanning commercials and branded content. 

This marks Singh’s first production company roost in the U.S. market. M&P Curtet have been focused primarily on their stills work and hadn’t been previously repped for motion.

Singh and MP Curtet join a Lord Danger directorial roster which includes Mike Diva, Lawrence Lamont, Parker Seaman, and Steven Taylor. 

Originally from South Africa, Singh has worked with leading creative agencies and brands globally. His experience also extends to Hollywood, directing A-listers including Kevin Hart. Singh’s work has garnered critical acclaim as well as a Van Gough Award at the Amsterdam International Film Festival, and a Gold Craft for Directing from the Promax Awards. 

“Amr has an affinity for making things that move people, audiences, and culture. His ability to master craft across genres like travel, and product, makes him a perfect addition to the team,” said Josh Shadid, Lord Danger’s executive producer and founder. “We’re excited to introduce Amr to the US market and show off what the rest of the world already has come to know.” 

Marlyne and Patrick Curtet, a Los Angeles-based French couple, have combined their talents to bring an innovative approach to multidisciplinary campaigns across automotive, luxury, and fashion. Their body of work encompasses campaigns in more than 70 countries including China, Tanzania, Croatia, Peru and Mongolia. MP Curtet’s latest work has been for Cadillac, Nissan, Genesis, Jeep and Volkswagen, among others. As experts in blending craft, design, and technology with luxury brands, MP Curtet will help usher Lord Danger into new territory.

“Marlyne and Patrick are aficionados of the modern creative toolkit, constantly retooling their approach to continually integrate new creative technologies into their arsenal,” said Shadid. “They’ve mastered the art of capturing striking photographic composition and finish into movement, and we’re looking forward to showing the world all that they’re capable of as part of the Lord Danger directorial team.”


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