Ridley Scott & Associates (RSA Films) has signed director, artist and creative Kenzo Digital to its roster.
Kenzo Digital, who is based in New York, is known for his viral video and music art projects including "City of God's Son", "Vote Obama"", and "Super Ultra Karatay" as well as his work for Beyonce creating her 2011 Billboard performance, and with Kanye West for his video art concert series.
Earlier in his career, as a creative director at Wieden & Kennedy, he created and art directed the Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul broadcast and print campaigns for Nike/Jordan Brand. He is the video director of video artist Nam June Paik''s studio, and has created video art installations for him at the Guggenheim, Tate Museum, and National Gallery of Art. His films have been screened at the Tribeca Film Festival and Mill Valley Film Festival, and he was a nominee for the Rockefeller Film Fellowship. Currently, he has several film, TV, and technology projects in development.
Kenzo Digital's first work with RSA was directing Beyonce's music video and live performance of her song "I Was Here" for The UN's World Humanitarian Day campaign, which went live on August 19th. The video, the concept for which was also conceived, created and designed by Kenzo Digital Music Video, was distributed to over 70 countries. See more work from him here.