Chief Roundup #001 - Salford University, Bombardier, Johnnie Walker, London & Partners

Chief Roundup #001 - Our Latest Work featuring joe connor, nate camponi and Yonatan Weisberg

Aside from our in-depth blog features on specific commercials and music videos we have worked on at Chief Productions, our roundup posts will be the best place to view all of our latest work. Check out our first one here:

Salford University - Choose Your Future / Directed by Yonatan Weisberg

Yonatan really blew us away with this one, delivering a visceral and inspiring commercial for Salford University that breaks away from the standard formula. The commercial features stunning visuals incorporating animation, overlays and just about any other technique you can think of, tied together with an incredible narrative voiced by Maxine Peake.

bombardier - raise your glasses / directed by joe connor

An impactful and immediately memorable commercial from Chief stalwart Joe Connor, this advert fit Bombardier's brief perfectly, re-invigorating their brand with it's energetic visuals. If you haven't seen this commercial yet, give it a watch, and make sure you wait for the ending...

Johnnie Walker - blenders / directed by nate camponi

This short film from Nate Camponi matches the craftsmanship of Johnnie Walker's master whisky blenders perfectly. With a keen sense of detail and storytelling finesse, the video takes you on a journey into the mind's of some of the world's most talented blenders.

London & Partners - This City... / Directed by Joe Connor

To celebrate this Autumn's #LondonIsOpen campaign, Joe Connor worked with agency The Brooklyn Brothers to create an inspiring video showcasing the capital's stunning personality. Featuring notable landmarks and great use of time lapse, the video displays just why London is one of the world's favourite cities.

We hope you enjoyed this brief look into our recent work, expect full length blog features on a number of these (and other) videos coming soon, as well as future round-ups of our recent output.