- LOS ANGELES
Director Jeff Yeats has joined production house Wondros, coming aboard a roster of filmmakers which includes Antoine Fuqua, Dennie Gordon, Ellis Bahl, Gerald McMorrow, Jesse Dylan, and Riess|Hill.
Sophie Gold, Wondros’ executive producer of commercials, described Yeats as “a talented cinematic visual storyteller.” His work spans such clients as Ford, Chevrolet, Acura, NBC Universal and HP, among others.
Yeats, previously repped by Tool of North America, is a multi-disciplinary director and visual storyteller. When he’s not making movies, he’s taking photos. Many of these photos have graced various publications such as UGLY, Revolv, and Estero Magazine. Kodak also employs his delicate imagery to promote its line of professional film. This hands-on camera approach has helped hone Yeats' ability to spot candid moments that usually go unseen. Utilizing a naturalistic, and often impressionistic style, his films employ lush imagery to help evoke emotions in the viewer.
Yeats said of his new roost, ““Wondros is extremely dedicated to building the careers of their directors. I couldn’t ask for a better champion and collaborator than Sophie.”