NAN is a polymorphous and experienced director & photographer. From one film to the other, from advertising to music video, documentary to fiction, and any kind of genre he has acquired the faculty of producing images of a rare quality.
NAN has directed numerous spots for Nike, Ikea, Orange, KFC, Adidas, Foot Locker, Club Med, and many more.
Drawing from his background in narrative/long form documentary film making, NAN’s commercial work delivers powerful, authentic lifestyle imagery that strives to capture true human emotions and feelings. The truthfulness of a look, the singularity of a gesture or the rarity of a moment are consistent elements throughout his work.
NAN’s background as a DOP has a profound effect on his consistent visual style. He actually frames most of the film he directs. Each shot is a perfect balance between meaning and emotion, elegance and poetry, energy and authenticity.
Among NAN’s feature length award winning documentary projects are “Tomorrow is gonna be ok”, a skateboarding film in the Latino Community in East Los Angeles, “Gladiator” a supercross behind the scene film with a poetic and cinematic approach. He has recently directed a drama series on skateboarding for Canal+ in Los Angeles “Joy”. He also has several feature films, documentaries and TV series projects in development.
NAN is a dedicated musician, photographer, dirt bike rider, and world explorer.
Awards: Bronze Award in the OTT/TV Advertising Category at the Seventh Edition of Marketing Excellence Awards (2018); Best Documentary Award at LADFF (2018); Best Sport Film Award & Special Price Award at Paris Web Program Festival (2017).