MOVERS: People news from Crossroads, Headroom, Epoch Films, 72andSunny

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Crossroads has signed Andrew Wonder, the filmmaker whose Undercity has been making waves recently, as a director. Undercity, an exploration of New York City's subways, abandoned tunnels, sewers, and bridges with urban adventurer Steve Duncan, earned Wonder an appearance on NBC's The Today Show. Wonder's advertising work includes spots for clients such as Lexus and the Maritime Hotel in New York.



Headroom, the New York audio and music house, has added engineer/sound designer Glenn Navia to its roster. Navia joins Headroom from HSR, NY where he began as a mixer in 2002. Navia has worked on campaigns for brands including New York Lottery, Accenture, Gillette and Metlife.







Epoch Films has signed the group Everynone, consisting of Will Hoffman, Daniel Mercadante, and Julius Metoyer, to its roster. The group has already wrapped its first project, for Wieden + Kennedy, Portland. Everynone's latest short film WORDS was recently featured in the newly formed creative showcase YouTube Play at the Guggenheim Museum.


Claire Telling
Claire Telling
72andSunny has hired Claire Telling as brand director. She joins the branding agency, which has offices in Los Angeles and Amsterdam, from TBWA/Chiat where she was brand director on Singapore Airlines and the Effie-award winning Pedigree account. Prior to that, she worked at BBH on brands including British Airways, Miller Lite, Mentos and Unilever.
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