Following the launch of its Branded Commercials arm last year, Merman has announced two new additions to its roster; Zak Emerson and Will Clark.

Emerson is known for his cinematic style and emotional story-telling, having studied Fine Art Painting at London's Central Saint Martins. He started out as a storyboard artist and creative artist working under ASD's Paul Arden, before turning his attention to camera. His first short, Suspended, was acknowledged by the British Council and won Stella Artois' best short film award. Since then, he's created award-winning work for various clients like Adidas, Toyota and Heineken among others. Emerson is currently making a third documentary series about a snowboard mountaineering project, with his work travelling to different film festivals around the globe.

Clark on the other hand is a creative director at 4Creative, capable of working as a creative and a writer. He's previously worked on various jobs for the likes of VW, Plusnet and Jaguar, with Merman's own Sharon Horgan. Clark began his career at MTV, before moving to Comedy Central and ITV. Following established film festivals. He works across advertising, shorts and longer formats.

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