Nico Beyer

Nico Beyer

AUDI
CAR-PARK
MERCEDES BENZ
AMG
TCHIBO
CURIOUS
VOLKSWAGEN
TOUGH IS NOT ENOUGH
AUDI
Q
MERCEDES BENZ
SHATTERED
AUDI
CAR-PARK
MERCEDES BENZ
AMG
TCHIBO
CURIOUS
VOLKSWAGEN
TOUGH IS NOT ENOUGH
AUDI
Q
MERCEDES BENZ
SHATTERED

Nico Beyer lived in New York in the 90s. We wish we could’ve been there, hanging out on set while he made videos for Cocteau Twins and Pet Shop Boys. That would’ve been cool. Since then, he’s gone on to direct some of the most iconic campaigns of recent years, including Chevrolet’s ‘Chevy Runs Deep’ Super Bowl spot and Nikon’s London 2012 film Beautiful Dreamers, each of which are perfect examples of his ability to combine high-end execution with an emotional punch. 

Besides the music videos for rock and roll royalty and the flagship work for the world’s biggest brands, Nico’s portfolio is stacked with vital social messaging. One of his first ever commercial projects was part of a campaign against violence on television. It won him a Gold Lion. In 2002 he collaborated with Michael Moore on ‘The Big Dictator’, winning a Grand Prix at the Ad Spot Non-Profit Festival. And lately he worked with Caritas on a film exposing hidden poverty in society. That won awards too – gold at the Crest Awards and the Grand Prix at the Red Dot Awards. Lately, he’s been making films for Star Alliance. They’re stunning travelogues. The kind of films that make you book a holiday. Like, straight away.  

All that is to say that Nico is a filmmaker directing work that inspires profound empathy and deep consciousness for anyone seeking societal change through cinema.

Nico Beyer lived in New York in the 90s. We wish we could’ve been there, hanging out on set while he made videos for Cocteau Twins and Pet Shop Boys. That would’ve been cool. Since then, he’s gone on to direct some of the most iconic campaigns of recent years, including Chevrolet’s ‘Chevy Runs Deep’ Super Bowl spot and Nikon’s London 2012 film Beautiful Dreamers, each of which are perfect examples of his ability to combine high-end execution with an emotional punch. 

Besides the music videos for rock and roll royalty and the flagship work for the world’s biggest brands, Nico’s portfolio is stacked with vital social messaging. One of his first ever commercial projects was part of a campaign against violence on television. It won him a Gold Lion. In 2002 he collaborated with Michael Moore on ‘The Big Dictator’, winning a Grand Prix at the Ad Spot Non-Profit Festival. And lately he worked with Caritas on a film exposing hidden poverty in society. That won awards too – gold at the Crest Awards and the Grand Prix at the Red Dot Awards. Lately, he’s been making films for Star Alliance. They’re stunning travelogues. The kind of films that make you book a holiday. Like, straight away.  

All that is to say that Nico is a filmmaker directing work that inspires profound empathy and deep consciousness for anyone seeking societal change through cinema.

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