Director

Jako Giacomini

He goes by @VONJAKO. Andrea is an award-winning filmmaker & storyteller based in Los Angeles, CA. He films in the U.S.A., E.U., Asia and AU. Street art lover. Documentarian. Knows his way on the road.

Miguel Arteta

Miguel Arteta is a Puerto Rican director known for his feature films Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, The Good Girl, and Youth in Revolt.

Franco Garuti

Italio-Argentine director & producer, passionate about visual arts, team leadership and creative thinking combined to create powerful visual narratives from simple ideas. He films and lives between CDMX, Los Angeles and the East Coast of the U.S.

Rich Millard

Rich is a Los Angeles based commercial director with many years of experience and tutelage under award winning commercial directors. He loves creating story driven advertising that entertains the viewer while displaying the benefits of the product. Rich believes filmmaking should be fun and it shows in all areas of his work.

After graduating with an aerospace engineering degree in 2006, Rich did the next logial thing and began working on commercials as a production assistant. In 2008 he transitioned into video assist, giving him the opportunity to work closely with some of the most talented commercial directors in the industry. This invaluable experience has given Rich a foundation to create exciting new work with talented filmmaking professionals he has befriended along the way.

Skills

Commercial Directing
Writing

Location

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
United States
Phone: 3103105041

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Daniel Addelson

An award-winning director and DP, Daniel Addelson was one of the founding directors for The New York Times’ T Brand Studio. His commercial experience spans brands like Google, Airbnb, Whirlpool, Uber, Coors Light, Starbucks, Walmart, National Geographic, Nissan and Toyota, while his work for Excedrin won two Cannes Lions. He has a reputation for uplifting, warm, evocative, docu-realistic storytelling told through a beautifully cinematic lens. Fluent in both English and Spanish, he’s especially skilled with capturing kids and real families on camera.

Marcello Lima

The son of a respected book publisher, Marcello Lima spent his childhood in Brazil surrounded by cartoonists and writers, and always thought he’d be a cartoonist too when he grew up. Instead, he succumbed to the lure of his friends’ Super 8mm film projects in college, eventually moving to New York to study at The New School for Film Production. The directing career he subsequently sketched out for himself includes ad campaigns for brands like Coca-Cola, Peugeot, Hyundai, Samsung, Volkswagen, Honda and Netflix — although he thinks his gig as the father of twin girls is the best role of all.

Ryan Travis

A native of Northern California, Ryan Travis began his career in the mountains directing action sports films, which then took him all around the globe. He has experience filming in the deserts of Morocco, across Europe, deep within Mexico City, all over the United States and (the place he considers his second home) Italy. A director and cinematographer, he has an immense understanding of the creative process from conception through final delivery, overseeing most of his projects through final color correction. A big motor sports enthusiast and even bigger cinephile, Ryan loves cameras, fast machines, sports, traveling and unique food, wherever he can pause long enough to find it.

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