In a previous life, Phil Griffin graduated from Ballet Rambert in London as a dancer and choreographer. Phil then moved behind the camera and has created visual projects that include, Rihanna, Naomi Cambell, Adele, Amy Winehouse, Paul McCartney, Diana Ross, Justin Timberlake, John Bon Jovi, Annie Lennox, Kevin Spacey, Sigourney Weaver & Dame Helen Mirren. Phil has shot films for international brands from American Express, Budweiser, Max Factor, Mandarin Oriental, Grey Goose, GHD and many more.
Whether it's working with Prince Charles & The Princes Trust, collaborating with the United Nations in Greece during the Refugee Crisis or the USA Network on its 42 million subscriber based Tolerance campaign, story telling and humanity is at the heart of every project.
Phil also directed a film for Amex starring Jay Z at SBSW which 10 million YouTube viewers tuned in to allowing the audience access to an icon they had never seen.
In 2015 a year long Artist In Residence tenure bought Phil back to working with Jan Fabre (a multidisciplinary artist, playwright, stage director, choreographer and designer), for the feature length documentary and visual arts exhibition “Surrender”.
Phil is a master at inspiring dialogue between art, commerce and public space.