Hungry Man Hires Lenny Dorfman; Reynald Gresset Joins Reset and More
Hungry Man has signed Lenny Dorfman for global representation. The Cannes Gold Lion winner, known for his work on brands including Nike, Coca Cola, IBM, Volkswagen, Mercedes and GE, has also directed for TV and film: he made the pilot for Iconoclast, a successful series originally made for the Sundance Channel. Dorfman was previously represented by O Positive and before that, Radical Media.
Reset, commercial production home to feature directors David Fincher and Guy Ritchie, has signed Reynald Gresset, formerly of Caviar USA, for representation in the North American market. Gresset is known for his people-centered storytelling, seen in work for brands including Orange, Samsung, SyFy Channel, Johnson & Johnson, and Quaker.
Acne LA has hired Line Postmyr as managing director and broadcast executive producer. The Swede has worked with brands such as Nike, Levi's, Mercedes and Honda, with directors including Spike Jonze, Fredrik Bond and Jonas Akerlund.
Postmyr, who has also worked on music videos for Madonna, Nirvana, Iggy Pop and Björk, has been a freelance producer since 2010, and before that she was managing director at production company Hello.
YayBig productions has hired director Phillip Lopez, who is best known for his sexy, visual work on fashion and lifestyle brands including Balenciaga, Stone Cold Fox, Pac Sun, and Creative Recreation. Recent projects include Little Dicky's "White Crimes" music video and Free People clothing brand's website homepage video. This is Mr. Lopez' first signing with a commercial production company.
Buster, the animation and design studio of L.A.-based creative agency and production house Stun Creative, has appointed Sharre Jacoby as executive producer. Jacoby will take an active role in new business development, and was previously executive producer and head of operations at full service design and marketing agency Pembrook Productions, whose clients include HBO, Discovery and Lifetime. She has also worked on movies including Terry Gilliam's "The Fisher King" and Robert Duvall's "The Apostle."