Signed: Temujin Doran

April 24, 2014 / Signed/Unsigned

By The Beak Street Bugle

Not many branded content directors have shot in both the Arctic and Antarctic.

A self-shooting director, adept at making limited resources go a long way, Temujin Doran’s passion for film began while he was working as a projectionist at Screen on the Green in Islington, London.

He honed his craft making short films in his spare time, even editing some of them in the projection booth. He also gained some rather unique experience serving as an expedition filmmaker to both the Arctic and Antarctic. Pretty cool, right?

His reel has earned him a smattering of praise already, including nominations for two Vimeo awards, not to mention work for clients including Land Rover, Intel, Nokia and Lego.

Now signed to content specialists Indy8, we look forward to seeing more of his filmmaking littering our social media feeds.

Watch some his work here:

Comments (4)

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