Saturday, October 22, 2016
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Anonymous Content Adds Director Patrick Daughters
Patrick Daughters
  • CULVER CITY, Calif.
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Commercial and music video director Patrick Daughters has joined Anonymous Content for representation in the U.S. and throughout North America. He had formerly been repped in the U.S. by Gorgeous which continues to handle him in the U.K.

Daughters’ spotmaking exploits span such brands as Stella Artois, Acura, Target, Sony and Ford. Earlier this summer, Daughters directed a stunning hallucinatory video for Adele’s “Send My Love (To Your New Lover),” which has amassed nearly 200 million views in just over two months. He followed that up with Uniqlo’s first global TV campaign, “Why Do We Get Dressed?” via Droga5, which just began airing this month.
During a successful run at NYU film school, Daughters drew the attention of New York indie bands Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Rapture.  He launched his career to immediate success and became part of the music video vanguard. His seminal musical work includes the popular “1234” video for Feist, which was featured in an Apple spot, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ iconic tear-jerker “Maps,” the eerily explosive “Two Weeks” for Grizzly Bear, and Depeche Mode’s shock-inducing “Wrong”.
Daughters’ work has claimed AICP Show, D&AD, MTV VMA, Grammy, and UKMVA honors.