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Street Talk for December 22, 2017
Shannon Lords and Amy Jones of Great Bowery Film

Blink has taken on spot and branded content representation in the U.K. for director Martin Krejci. He had been handled previously in the U.K. by Stink. Krejci continues to be repped by Ruffian in the U.S....

Coinciding with its evolution and expansion plans for 2018, New York City-based commercial production company LightHouse Films has decided to rebrand, renaming the company REVERSE. REVERSE creates customized commercial, digital, and broadcast content for agencies and direct clients both in the U.S. and abroad. The company currently represents a roster of directors including Anthony Pellino, Antoine Pai, Camille de Galbert, Johan Stahl, Julien Rocher, Pepe Lansky, and Romain Quirot. Their work ranges from live-action to doc-style, and visual storytelling to food/tabletop. Recent campaigns include work for Kohler, Garmin, Stainmaster, Spalding, Airbnb, IKEA, and Carrier....

Global production company and artist management agency Great Bowery Film ramps up its roster with the hire of Amy Jones to head of sales/executive producer. Jones will partner exclusively with Great Bowery Film’s founding executive producer, Shannon Lords. Together, Jones and Lords will build exposure for the new production capability of Great Bowery while also tailoring and nurturing their current roster of artists. With over 20 years of experience, Jones has held positions at various production companies including her most recent role as head of sales with Framestore. Previously, she worked with Community Films, The Sweet Shop, Go Film, Spot Welders and JSM. As a team Lords and Jones have signed photographers and directors Craig Cutler, Patrik Giardino and Chris and Sarah Rhoads of We Are The Rhoads. Cutler, known for his conceptual thinking and attention to light, Giardino for his cinematic compositions, and We Are The Rhoads for moment-driven stylized imagery, join Great Bowery Film for exclusive commercial representation in the U.S....

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