Object & Animal continued to impress in 2022 with powerful storytelling from its diverse and eclectic roster.
Object & Animal dazzled with diverse talent and fresh perspectives
The company, founded in 2018, is growing its talent pool with names including Keith McCarthy and the trio Sportscar. Another recent addition, Canadian director Haya Waseem, helmed an emotive set of films for the Ad Council’s “Seize the Awkward” campaign from Droga5 New York, getting Black and Hispanic young people to open up about their mental health.
Other 2022 highlights included Natalie Rae’s dreamy “Team Canada” Winter Olympics film for Lululemon, which opened up new perspectives on the country. Amber Grace Johnson’s Moncler film “Higher Peaks” was epically cinematic, and India Sleem's global campaign for Nike’s Air Force 1 was an ambitious project shot with dance crews across the U.S., South Africa and Japan.
Andrew Thomas Huang helmed work for the likes of Victor & Rolf as well as Etsy. His spot for the latter, illustrating how consumers are drawn to different projects, helped take the brand's advertising in a new direction.
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