Andrew Douglas was, with his brother Stuart, half of the photography duo the Douglas Brothers. Celebrated in the late '80s and early '90s for their portraiture (they even starred in a Gap ad), they ventured into music videos together before moving into commercials, directing spots such as Adidas' "Prince Naseem." The duo split in 1997, and Douglas formed his own London-based production company, Douglas & Jones. Upon the company's closure he joined RSA in London and continues to be repped by Anonymous in the U.S. In the last year he has directed commercials for Citroen, Audi, Nike, America West Airlines, Chivas Regal and Jeep. Last year, he shot a documentary for the BBC on the music of America's Bible Belt.