Directors Caitlyn Greene, Andrew Litten and Marcus Tortorici have joined Brooklyn-based production company Voyager for commercials and branded content in the U.S. This marks the first spot representation for all three filmmakers.
Greene is a director and editor based in New York City, who earned a Primetime Emmy in 2015 and an ACE Eddie in 2016 for her work editing HBO’s Peabody Award-winning miniseries The Jinx. She went on to write and direct “August”, a short narrative film which premiered at Slamdance Film Festival in 2017. Greene recently directed “Dean Goes Surfing” for Poland Springs, which garnered her a Vimeo “Best of the Month” Staff Pick as well as “Lil Red,” a retelling of the classic fairytale for YouTube with Grey, which premiered at this year’s Sundance and screened at SXSW.
Litten possesses agency experience, and also comes from an editing background, having worked with brands such as Nike, Levi’s and Google. He brings both strong visual storytelling and truthful documentary sensibilities to his work behind the camera, including surprising films for Church’s Chicken and a forthcoming international campaign for P&G.
And Tortorici is the former directing partner and childhood friend of Voyager-alum Henry Busby (now with Rattling Stick). Tortorici’s abilities as a visual storyteller are clearly demonstrated in his past commercial work for Everlast, as well as in his work with 360i on Champion’s first-ever campaign, which just launched. His unique sense of humor and playfulness, on the other hand, shows through in his direction of “Little Bits and Star Wars,” and his Andy Mineo music video “DANCE (You See It)”.
“When we founded Voyager, we wanted to build a place for emerging directors, where they could hone their voices and advance their craft. I’m proud to say we’ve achieved that goal for our directors thus far, and I look forward to providing the same for Caitlyn, Andrew and Marcus,” said EP Andrew Hutcheson.Category: News