Cole Vincent Schreiber
Cole Vincent Schreiber grew up in San Francisco. His first industry job was at Ntropic, a boutique design shop in the Bay area. Often working ‘til the wee hours of the morning, he taught himself to use the spare flame and got pretty good at it. In a short period of time he found himself working on VFX for major brands like Adidas, Nintendo and Playstation.
Cole's talent was recognised by The Mill NY and was recruited to become one of their lead artists. He began working on projects around the globe, creating award winning visual effects on a variety of projects for countless brands and working with some of the industries best directors. His VFX work led to projects being recognised at Cannes, D&AD and other industry award shows.
While his love of pixel pushing remained, the desire to develop his own stories grew. Being a literature major with expertise in visual artistry there was a natural progression to combine these passions into directing. His directing career started as a two man artist collective called Sunday Paper with his good friend David Parker. Several films went viral drawing attention from countless publications such as Atlantic monthly, Yahoo News, Indiewire and Filmmaker magazine, Vimeo Staff Picks, and NPR. Even Anthony Bourdain became a fan, calling Mission Chinese, the film shot in SF’s famed eponymous restaurant “…great great great. awesome film…”
Between directing gigs, Cole pursues other interests as well. He’s published a book documenting the desert population of eastern California titled "Devil Makes 3". He has a film in development from a script he’s written. He started a podcast called “Beginning Middle End” with a focus on interviewing other emerging filmmakers, which in his own words “is good for listening to while running, cooking or trying to fall sleep.”
His style is best described as visual and evocative, always with a great story at its heart.
Action / Pro Gear
The Sims 4 / The Arrival
eHarmony / Journey