Huse began his career at MTV UK before entering the world of commercials and promos. He has directed iconic music videos for artists such as Snow Patrol, Arctic Monkeys, the infamous Eric Prydz "Call On Me" and commercial spots for Cadburys, 3 Mobile and Samsung, the later winning him the British Arrow Craft award for Best New Director.
In 2011 he directed his first feature, a documentary about the DJ & Producer David Guetta, entirely brand funded by Coca-Cola, which screened in cinemas worldwide. Following on from this, he shot the key summer campaign for the BBC Hackney Weekend, featuring a range of high profile celebrities.
Huse continued to work on a string of exciting projects, including the main campaign spot for the BBC's Glastonbury coverage, two fragrance spots with One Direction and the launch of PlayStation 4 with Tinie Tempah.
In 2014, Huse directed a series of online films for Mastercard, with celebrity talent including Pharrell Williams, as well as a global campaign for YouTube, featuring a host of musicians. His work in music video continued with stunning live music pieces for Paolo Nutini’s “Iron Sky” at Abbey Road and Michael Kiwanuka’s “Love & Hate”.
His latest short film about the seminal artist Chris Wilson was picked up by Dazed and Confused, and featured on Nowness. He is currently developing the subject into a feature film based on the artist’s life.
During 2017, Huse was busy shooting back to back content for Apple Music with a host of artists, from Sam Smith to Ed Sheeran and Metallica.
In December of 2017, Huse’s video for Arctic Monkeys’ “Brianstorm” was entered into the BFI’s film archive as one of the most significant British music videos of all time.