When Miles learned his dad, Richard, would lose his hair due to an intensified chemo treatment, Miles wanted to lose his hair too.
I persuaded him to let me film it and here is the result.
Director: Audrey Davis
Talent and Partner: Miles Keenlyside
Music: Evenings - "Yore"
For “The First Network Designed for Black Women”, we were tasked to create a brand as layered and expressive as its demographic. The solution was to celebrate complexity; build a comprehensive palette of patterns, textures, color, and photography to mix and remix creating one powerful and unified voice.
Creative Director: Ryan Moore
Associate Creative Director: Lauren Hartstone
Designers: Audrey Davis, Danny Ruiz, Caleb Halter, Adam Wentworth
Created by the wondrous team at Gretel.
- Nominated for the Emmy's Main Title Design -
BLOOD + SEX + WATERY GRAVE + HAUNTING FEVER RAY TRACK = OPENING TITLES FOR HISTORY CHANNEL'S VIKINGS.
Inspired by Viking folklore, we follow a dying man's descent into the inviting embrace of death herself.
All live action and post production produced at The MIll.
Director: Rama Allen
Art Director: Audrey Davis
Head of Design Production: Danielle Amaral
Head of Content: Ian Bearce
Line Producer: Rich Schwab
Director of Photography: Khalid Mohtaseb
Second Unit DP: Adam Carboni
VFX Supervisor: Westley Sarokin
Lead Flame: Westley Sarokin & Danny Morris
Flame Artist: Suzanne Dyer
Nuke: Robert Bruce
CG Leads: Sandor Toledo & Vince Baertsoen
Editor: Ryan McKenna
Assistant Editor: Jessica Ledoux
Color: Damien Van Der Cruyssen
Music: Fever Ray - "If I Had a Heart"
Lincoln Motor Company through the ages. An exploration decade by decade of Lincoln's signature styles and innovations up until present day.
This spot premiered at the 2014 Grammys!
Art/Creative Director: Kenji Yamashita
Designer: Audrey Davis
Created by the wonderful team at LOGAN NY.
On Saturday December 13th 2014, protesters streamed through the NYC streets by the tens of thousands marching in solidarity with the families of those killed by law enforcement officers. Corresponding protests occurred in Washington, New York, Boston, Chicago and Oakland.
When you just want noodles.
TITLE DESIGN CONCEPT
The challenge - What if Key & Peele were a groundbreaking dramatic series? What would its main title be? We need to believe this show is real.
We follow our disoriented heroes, Key and Peele, through a creative void represented here as a vast illustrative desert. They drive fast and erratically, the landscape blooms in their wake revealing mountains and plains. Their expressions blend over cinematic exteriors reinforcing the scale of their epic search.
The car comes to an abrupt halt; what they’ve been looking for has been there all along. We arrive on a wide shot of their vehicle, a massive Key & Peele logo sits on the far horizon.
Director: Jeremy Cox
Design: Audrey Davis
Studio: Imaginary Forces
Together with Imaginary Forces and Creative Director Mark Gardner, we created a total brand package for Shaw Media's latest lifestyle channel - DTOUR.
Bright, playful, and clean; the objective was to capture the variety of unusual and adventurous content that DTOUR has to offer.
An interactive touch display on smart glass featuring the work done at The Mill . The challenge was not only how to showcase The Mill's massive body of work as a complete and coherent portfolio, but also as an intuitive and entertaining experience. The solution - an endless nebula of nodes, each representing a project, searchable by brand, agency, production company, location, and time using the touch interface. Mill Touch is located at their NY office.
Created at The MIll.
"Ne nourrissez pas la famine avec l'apathie"
"Do not feed famine with apathy"
This is a poster I contributed to the Posterity Series. All proceeds go to helping the famine crisis in the horn of Africa. A lot of talented designers submitted, check it out !
Citibank installation at JFK airport in the American Airlines International Terminal.
Director: Rama Allen
Created at The Mill New York