From the Release: Storytelling production company 1stAveMachine has welcomed more multifaceted talent to its roster by signing on New York-based design/directing duo Mathery, aka Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli. With a portfolio that canvasses the creative spectrum from photography and film to spatial design and art direction, Mathery fits comfortably into 1stAveMachine’s mixed media mold. […] [Read more]
From the release: Production company 1stAveMachine adds to its globe-spanning talent roster with the signing of Madrid-based creative team, Espadaysantacruz Studio. With a diverse background in fields ranging from computer science to photography and visual arts, Espadaysantacruz Studio – led by Co-Founders/CEOs/Creative Directors Miguel Espada, Juan Santa-Cruz and Nerea Goikoetxea – has forged an atypical […] [Read more]
From the release: Production company 1stAveMachine adds a dynamic double-header to its directorial roster with the signing of Spanish directors Teo Guillem and Carlos Pardo, a.k.a Dvein, a highly collaborative duo that is pushing the limits of live action and CGI storytelling. With a background in fine arts and design, Guillem and Pardo are known […] [Read more]
From the release: Production company 1stAveMachine continues attracting top South American talent with the addition of Argentinian director Nico Kasakoff to its roster. A 20-year advertising and filmmaking veteran, Kasakoff joins 1stAve after spending several years in his native Buenos Aires, where he first joined up with hometown agency Agulla & Baccetti as an art […] [Read more]
From the release” Production company 1stAveMachine continues to strengthen its North American directorial roster with the addition of filmmaking duo Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel, or as they’re more succinctly known, Vallée Duhamel. Adhering to what they call a “high-class, lo-fi” aesthetic, the Montreal-based pair – who officially partnered up in 2013 – instill a […] [Read more]
1stAveMachine pulls together legendary character designer Wilfrid Wood and London animation studio Red Knuckles to help FCB Inferno London and mega-publisher Pearson focus attention on how many of the planet’s biggest problems stem from the fact three quarters of a billion humans cannot read or write.