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Guy Manwaring

Guy began his directorial career at age 25, following award-winning stints as a creative at The Leith Agency London and St. Luke’s. In his first year as a director he won the BTAA Craft award for Best New Director and shortly after was named Best New Director at Kinsale.

Guy has worked with many leading advertising agencies, including BBH, DDB, M&C Saatchi, Ogilvy, AMV and Saatchi & Saatchi, among many others. He has also made memorable commercials for major clients such as Coke Zero, Snickers, Christian Aid, Doritos and the BBC. In the US, Guy has enjoyed successful campaigns with Carmax, Capital One, Corona, and Best Buy.

His work has garnered many awards: Guy won a Silver Lion at Cannes for his Wrigley’s “Alien” spot, which was also showcased in the APA 50. His hard hitting campaign for Anti-Knife Crime won critical claim, including a BTAA. 

Steve Rogers

Steve Rogers is currently ranked the sixth most successful director in the world according to the 2010 Gunn Report. SHOTS also ranked him sixth in their worldwide Directors listing and he was placed ninth in Creativity’s Top 10 Directors worldwide. His work has been awarded internationally at Cannes (winning Gold two years running), One Show, D&AD, Clio, The New York Festivals, SPIKES, ADG and AWARD among others.

With a background in broadcast design, Steve started his own production company (Revolver) in 1996, in order to pursue a variety of different film based projects, concentrating mainly in commercial production. In 2009 Revolver was announced as Production Company of the Year by New York Festivals and in 2010 it was the 12th most awarded production company internationally as listed by The Gunn Report.

Since this time Steve has become one of the most sought after directors internationally, directing commercial work for clients including James Boag’s, Nike and Dodge among countless others. He has also directed music videos for the likes of Radiohead, Malcolm Mclaren and Jack Ladder.

Steve is directing the play, Moving Parts later this year and is currently in development on his first feature film.