Rob Brandon, the director of videos for numerous artists including Kodaline, Gold Panda, Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma, and several collaborations with George Ezra, has signed with Kode Media for music and commercial representation in the UK and US.
Rob has been spotlighted as part of the new generation of filmmaking talent, with his innovative style earning him short film awards and music video award nominations - including for George Ezra's Listen To The Man video at the MVAs last year, featuring Ian McKellen (above, with Rob Brandon on the set of the video).
Starting out video editing using VHS players at nine years old, Brandon crafted his trade at BNU (where he grabbed two short film awards) and then later working as an editor for Vice, BBC and Red Bull at their HQ in Austria.
On his signing with Kode, Rob said, “I’m really stoked to be working with Kode. I've been stalking them from a distance for about a year now, so I'm super pleased to now officially join the family.”
Kode's head of music videos Nathan Killham says: “We’re beyond excited that Rob has joined the family, his style and attitude fits perfectly and his work truly speaks for itself.”
• Watch Rob Brandon's showreel at the Kode Media website