Brand New School Signs Award-Winning Director Daniel Uribe


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Daniel Uribe's music video for Oh Wonder's "Without You" has more than 80 million views on YouTube and earned him a nomination for the Young Directors Award at the Savannah Film Festival.

Now the director of short films, commercials, and music videos has signed up with a new agency: Brand New School, reports Adweek.

"With a style that ranges from heartfelt to gritty, arty, and sensational, his original work often plays out against chic, contemporary tableaus, where his lens seeks to challenge stereotypes and elevate stories of the human condition," says BNS in a press release.

Uribe, who moved to the US from Mexico City as a child, has worked with Google, White Claw, Apple, Slack, and Meta, and has also directed music videos for Elsa Y Elmar.

"I had the benefit of working with Brand New School as a Creative Director before joining the roster as a director," Uribe says.

"They attract the world's most daring and renowned brands, which pushes me creatively and strategically."

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