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SIMON de TUSCH-LEC
Creative Director
Simon formulates concepts and presentation approaches, and direct workers engaged in art work, layout design, and copy writing for all film and print products facilitated by Move.
Prize winning film spots directed by Simon are acclaimed for their elegance and delicacy. Simon holds a BA in political science and a MSc. in media science.

SNORRE KROGH
Head of Story
As a renowned story artist, Snorre is able to visualize any story using quick sketches at any moment. Snorre is a remarkable storyteller, illustrator and pitchman and oversees all narratives coined by Move.
Snorre ensures that all ideas are visualized in order to keep our clients up to speed with our ideas.

ADAM MORRIS PHILP
Director of Photography
Prize winning cinematographer, Adam Morris Philp, is head of the camera and lighting crews working on film/stills, and is responsible for achieving artistic and technical decisions related to the image. Adam graduated as a Cinematographer from the National Film School of Denmark in 2001 and has since then worked on numerous film projects around the world.

 


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JONAS HOFFENBERG
Head of Operations
Jonas is concerned with the analytical preparation of potential business development as well as the subsequent support and monitoring of its implementation. Both in the development phase and the implementation phase, Jonas collaborates and integrates the knowledge from our projects and feedback from our clients and partners to assure that the organization is capable of implementing the growth opportunity successfully. Jonas holds a Msc in Finance and Strategic Management from Copenhagen Business School.

 


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NICLAS FLAGSTAD
Producer
Niclas’ primary role is to oversee all aspects of production. He shepherds film spots and documentaries from inception to completion and beyond. Niclas is involved with the day-to-day workings, participating in activities such as screenwriting, set design, and talent. Niclas holds a master’s degree in film and media science from University of Copenhagen.

 

 

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