- NEW YORK
Production company Alkemy X has added director Tatjana Green to its roster for U.S. commercial representation. The Canadian/German filmmaker combines a broad background as a creative director, art director and designer on the agency side with over a decade of on-set and location experience. Green has directed a diverse range of commercials, short films, music videos and filmed content series for clients like Sony, Toyota, Procter & Gamble, ESPN, Warner and Walmart, as well as a 2020 Super Bowl spot for P&G.
Her work has been featured and awarded at such top festivals as the Webby Awards, Berlin Independent Film Festival, Hollyshorts LA Film Festival, LA Femme Film Festival, Austin Music Video Festival, and Toronto Independent Film Festival. She brings a uniquely holistic perspective to her role as a director, with regular hands-on experience across all aspects of the commercial production process, spanning branding, costuming and producing.
Nick Pitcavage, Alkemy X executive producer, said of Green, “Her upbeat style, charming sense of humor and creative storytelling gives her work a signature approach that is unmatched. Tatjana fits right in with our roster of highly visual directors and adds a refreshing sensibility that strengthens our offering to our clients.”
Green said she was drawn to the “supportive culture” at Alkemy X based on a “true spirit of collaboration.” Additionally, Green said, “Their experience in original content development and working on major entertainment titles also is exciting to me as a filmmaker.”
Green started her career as a creative director, working at various European advertising agencies for eight years. She transitioned into the film industry, wanting to help smaller ideas see the light of day by helping with production. In 2010, she founded Brought To You By, an agency and production company hybrid that brought a brand-driven approach from agency veterans to the creative production process. Trained at the elite Bauhaus in Germany, Green brings design philosophy and aesthetic to each set. Now based in NYC and Toronto, she continues to balance her commercial work with her film projects, including a current feature documentary exploring how the legal system could change for incarcerated mothers who suffer from postpartum psychosis.
Green was previously repped in the U.S. by ArtClass.