- Friday, Jul. 8, 2016
Production house Monogram has added director Justin Warias to its roster. His body of work includes campaigns for Fusion, McDonald’s, NFL, the ASPCA, Bioré, Doritos, Klondike and Post-It Notes. In the music world, Warias has collaborated on video projects with Andy Samberg, T-Pain, Akon and multiple up-and-coming independent artists.
Warias’ background as a cinematographer, along with his comedic sensibility and eye for casting gives his work the punch and the punch lines that can deliver cleverly constructed content, both branded and otherwise. Warias hails from Princeton, NJ, where he cut his teeth shooting his pro skateboard friends in his teens and twenties. He received a Master’s degree in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where he was awarded the Ian Conner cinematography award. He then successfully extended his reach to directing, honing a unique cinematic style from his experience as a photographer and years of work with commercial comedy shop Hungry Man in such capacities as writer and content manager.
Monogram, part of the Klip Collective family, is a creative production and post company for commercial, corporate and entertainment productions, featuring color grading, visual effects, VR, motion graphics, and editorial in a seamless digital environment.