Creative director Andy Brown has joined Jogger’s Western U.S. office, from London. Brown led the development of Jogger London, with artistic contribution and leadership on such noted projects as the stage visuals for U2’s “The Joshua Tree Tour 2017,” and chart-topping music videos for Bloc Party, The Kooks, Charli XCX, Texas and Laura Mvula. In the branded space, Brown’s numerous credits include the multi award-winning ADOT PSA “Homeless Lights” via Ogilvy & Mather, as well as advertising projects for Adidas, Cadbury, Valentino, Glenmorangie, Agent Provocateur, Northwestern Mutual, La-Z-Boy and more. He’s also been involved in post and effects for short films such as Foot in Mouth, Containment and Daisy as well as movie title sequences (with The Morrison Studio), including Jupiter Ascending, Collide, The Ones Below and Ronaldo.
“Andy has such a wealth of experience in managing our sister VFX company in London along with his talents as a creative director,” noted Cut+Run managing partner Michelle Eskin. “This is a perfect opportunity for him to expand his role and further enhance our clients’ experience at Jogger.”
Brown said, “This move is an incredible opportunity to work even more closely with my colleagues and friends in the U.S. and to blend the experiences I’ve had with the vantage point of another richly creative community.”
Brown got his start in the industry at MPC where he worked for six years eventually assuming the role of digital online editor. He then went on to work in senior VFX roles at many of London’s top postproduction companies, before assuming the head of VFX mantle at One Post. Following One Post’s merger with Rushes, Brown founded his own company Four Walls, establishing the company’s reputation for creative visual effects and finishing.
Brown oversaw Four Walls’ merger with L.A.’s Jogger Studios in 2016. Andy has since helped form interconnections with Jogger’s teams in London, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin, with high-end VFX, motion graphics and color grading carried out on projects globally. His move to Los Angeles was a natural next step and an exciting opportunity to intensify his collaboration with U.S.-based clients.