Director Gemma Lee, known for her performance/dialogue work as well as for her breathtaking imagery, has signed with Believe Media for representation in the U.S. as well as in the UK.
Hailing from the Isle of Mull in Scotland, Lee began her professional career in Australia after studying writing and directing at The Victoria College of the Arts’ film school in Melbourne. Her short film, “The Wake,” was voted Best of the Fest at the Palm Springs International ShortFest and screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2010 and again in 2013.
Since then, Lee has worked with such agencies as McCann, Ogilvy and George Patterson Y&R in Australia for clients including Hyundai, Powerbeats, Palmolive, and Tourism Tasmania. She was featured as a female director to watch on the Huffington Post in 2015.
Lee joins a roster at Believe that has the strongest lineup of women directors in the business. Other recent Believe signings include renowned photographer/director Paola Kudacki, fashion film curator/director Kathryn Ferguson, and visual director Filip Tellander.
In the US, Believe Media is a certified woman-owned business.
Believe Media is an international company of directors, photographers and artists devoted to visual innovation and creative storytelling. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, London and Prague, the company has a global reach. Believe’s directors hail from every corner of the globe and have worked with the world’s biggest brands and advertising agencies, collecting numerous awards for their work. Co-Founders/Executive Producers Liz Silver and Luke Thornton preside over a US roster that includes Bruno Aveillan, Aleksander Bach, Jeffery Darling, Alex Feil, Liz Friedlander, Allen Hughes, Tryan George, Patrik Giordano, Anders Jedenfors, Paola Kudacki, Simon Ladefoged, Sara Marandi, Wendy Morgan, Jake Nava, Guillermo Navarro, Joel Pront, Sebastian Reed, Mary Rozzi, Floria Sigismondi, Daniel Skoglund, Filip Tellander and Zack Snyder.