Agency Arts teams with Unicorns & Unicorns for Disturbed "Are You Ready?"

We are happy to announce that we are now representing agency Unicorns & Unicorns for music videos! In one of our first collaborations together, Director Robert Schober helmed "Are You Ready?" from Reprise Records Rock act Disturbed - from their forthcoming 7th studio album "Evolution." The video immediately shot to #1 on YouTube's Rock & Metal HitLists upon release.

Welcome Lovecraft!

The accomplished NY-based Directing collective Lovecraft has joined the Agency Arts family for music video representation! Joel Pront, Johann Rashid, Peter Savieri and Ishmail Shallis each bring a diverse range of talent and experience to the process which allows them to shepherd projects through to completion all in house and, as such, in a very cost effective manner. Reach out with your music video projects and let us show you the level of creativity they can bring!

Photographer Kharen Hill joins Agency Arts!

We are excited to announce that Los Angeles-based Photographer Kharen Hill has joined the Agency Arts family! With over 20 years of experience capturing images for film, TV, and the entertainment world at large, Kharen has amassed an impressive body of work that has been both widely featured and lauded. We are also representing Kharen as a Director for Branded Content opportunities.

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Ekaterina Belinskaya joins Agency Arts!

We are thrilled to announce that Photographer/Director Ekaterina Belinskaya has joined the Agency Arts family! Born in Moscow, Ekaterina now calls Los Angeles home. With an emphasis on portrait & fashion, her evocative photographs are akin to a fairy tale: dark, beautiful and mysterious. Her works have been included in the list of "Best Photos of Russia" four years running and she was also awarded Russia's prestigious "Best Photographer" award in 2012. 

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Mark Pellington Directs "Next To Me" music film for Imagine Dragons

Acclaimed Director Mark Pellington has created a breathtaking music film for Interscope Records act Imagine Dragons. "Next To Me" features a heart wrenching narrative between singer Dan Reynolds and his wife (Aja Volkman.) The video quickly rose to #3 Trending on all of YouTube within the first 24 hours of release! Read more on Billboard.

Gus Black Directs "The Dreaming Kind" for Sheryl Crow

Gus Black has teamed up again with Warner Bros. Records artist Sheryl Crow for her moving new track "The Dreaming Kind"  which was filmed in Nashville, TN.

From Sheryl:

"The tragedy in Newtown 5 years ago and the countless lives lost in mass shootings since have weighed heavily on my heart. I felt compelled to write “The Dreaming Kind” for the incredible people at Sandy Hook Promise who work so hard every day to combat gun violence. The extraordinary work this organization does to educate and protect our nation from further bloodshed gives me hope for a better tomorrow. I hope this song will inspire the same feeling in those who hear it. Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization founded and led by several families whose loved ones were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. In just 3 years, Sandy Hook Promise has trained over 2.5 million youth and adults across all 50 states with its evidenced-based Know The Signs gun violence prevention programs. The four programs – which include Start With Hello, Say Something, Signs of Suicide and Safety Assessment & Intervention - are offered free to schools and youth organizations across the country. These programs have helped stop multiple school shootings, suicides and other acts of violence, as well as reduced incidences of bullying and helped many young people get the mental health services they need. Every $1 you donate helps Sandy Hook Promise train one student or adult how to Know The Signs of individuals at-risk of hurting themselves or others and take action to get help. By training two-generations of Americans, we are creating a culture engaged in preventing gun violence, resulting in saving more lives and keeping our schools and communities safe, nationwide."