Director Jason Smith joins Filmgraphics for representation across the Asia Pacific region

Screen Shot 2017-05-31 at 12.44.58 pm.jpgFilmgraphics has announced that Jason Smith has joined its roster for exclusive representation in the Asia Pacific region.

Smith comes with a wealth of experience having directed work covering action, sport, vfx, celebrities, car and narrative/ performance genres. Smith brings a unique and bold visual style to each of his projects, which has garnered him acclaim as a leading director around the globe.

After graduating with BAhons in English and Film Smith shot his first documentary about Barcelona, which he sold to MTV. In that same year he was nominated for "New Director of the Year" in Cannes. Smith has gone on to direct more than 200 commercials and music videos for the likes of Nike, Coca-Cola, Audi, BMW, EA, NFL, Mountain Dew, Under Armour, Sony, Mitsubishi, NRL and bands Jamiroquai and Kasabian.
Smith and Filmgraphics have recently shot the NRL "Nothing Hits You Like Origin" campaign via Archibald/Williams with the first game kicking off tonight.

Says Smith: "I have shot in Australia many times, but NRL State of Origin is the first campaign for this market. I loved the experience and think the crews here are the best in the world."

Says Anna Fawcett, executive producer, Filmgraphics: "Jason is passionate, collaborative and a true craftsman, which fits with the Filmgraphics ethos perfectly, so he's a great match for us."

Please click here to view Smith's reel.

For more information, contact Anna Fawcett on: +61 404 866 065 or via


Johnny Cash said:

What about the crews in Asia?

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