Two new Rogues in the gallery
Production company Rogue makes two new director signings.
After having worked in cultural TV programmes and directing visuals for museums and shows, Cervero [below] has devoted the last years to the direction of commercial films and music videos for clients such as Adidas, Sony, Vodafone, Mango, VW, and Petit Bateau as well as working with some of the biggest international bands in music videos - including Justice, Battles, Liars or Pharrell Williams. In addition, Cervero also has his own publishing house, too.
“Luis Cevero is our newest Rogue and we’re very proud to have him here," said Barney Richard, Rogue exec producer. "There are so many brilliant ideas in his work - I mean, how many brains can one fit inside a single human skull? Luis is somewhat of a polymath, so much energy and technique, cinematography and wry humour that creates a richness and huge watchability in his work."
In addition to Cervero's arrival, Rogue has also announced the signing of Pleix [top], a Paris-based film collective, for pan-European representation. Pleix is a multi-award-winning collective of digital artists (graphic designers, 3D artists and musicians) who adore mixing their various skill sets, enabling them to span multiple genres. Pleix will also work on all car-related films through Rogue’s sister company, Carnage.
“Pleix are consistently innovating and their reel is a beautiful mixture of multi-media, event production, and visual artistic work that makes them a perfect mix for the type of work we’re keen to do at Rogue," said Orlando Wood, Rogue MD. "More broadly, I think their breadth of experience makes them a perfect fit for the new styles of production and creativity we’re seeing come out of agencies and brands and we’re very excited to have them on board.”
Did you know you can follow these creative connections? Follow any of the people or companies listed below to get regular updates whenever they are mentioned on shots.net. Simply visit their profiles and click the ‘Follow this person/company’ button.