Contact

email: info@henryhobson.co.uk

Representation

Commercials - MJZ UK/USA
+ 1 310 826-6200
+44 20 7434 4000
kate@mjz.com

Goodoil AUS/NZ sam@goodoilfilms.com

Features - Creative Artist Agency
Agent: Dan Rabinow & Brian Kend
+ 1 (424) 288-2000
Manager: Adam Marshall
+ 1 (310) 272-7000
amarshall@management360.com

Design - Me&theBootmaker
info@meandthebootmaker.com

About...

Live Action Director and Graphic Designer
Born near Stonehenge, England and raised in both Yorkshire and Wiltshire, currently located in Los Angeles and London. A graduate of the Royal College of Art within the field of graphic design. Bringing the design worlds skills of single frame storytelling to life as he transitioned to filmmaker.

Within the commercial world Henry is known for epic narratives, that challenge and engage the senses. From concept to edit, he creates richly cinematic story worlds filled with characters that explore the depth of the human psyche. Known for epic scale, deft humanity within powerful character performance and uniquely arresting visual scope.

With award winning spots and campaigns for Playstation, Apple, Xbox, Pepsi, Adidas, the Marines, Under Armour and Gillette amongst many others. Seeing battling armies raining arrows down on the advancing ranks, graphically enigmatic abstraction, a fight back against bullying and a video game spot that emotions striking hard. With big name stars from cinema to the football field the work repeatedly captures the imagination.

His first feature -Maggie- saw the much hailed emotional -Eastwoodesque- performance from Arnold Schwarzengger and co starring Academy Award nominee Abigail Breslin. The film garnered rich praise for performance and style at the Toronto, Berlin and Tribeca Festivals. A shots Director of the year nominee, awards have included multiple D&AD pencils, Lions, AICP, One show and SXSW, bringing beautiful and powerful cinema to the 30 and 60 second formats. "I've always been interested in telling a story visually and giving it a sense of thrill; where you slowly bring the characters to life and reveal their true selves," says Henry, who frequently invests in quiet, character driven moments, before launching into dynamic action sequences.

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