Alldayeveryday is excited to welcome Director Stephan Wever to its collective of leading creators in advertising and entertainment. Stephan's global projects span many genres and include long and short-form branded content, and television series. Noted collaborations include a documentary about the first true winter North Pole expedition, a VR experience for LVMH alongside Nicolas Winding Refn, the multi-awarded viral Audi campaign "The Comeback," and Adidas campaigns featuring athletes like World Cup winner Paul Pogba. His client list includes Nike, Adidas, Audi, BMW, LVMH, Sony, and Ubisoft. He is currently writing a narrative mini-series, among other projects.
“Stephan's work has the excitement and wonder of the world seen in new and imaginative ways; it vibrates on screen but maintains its emotional core,” says Michael Karbelnikoff, EP/Founder of Alldayeveryday. “We are thrilled to have him working with us on commercials and entertainment projects.”
“Allday’s focus and experience in both entertainment and branded content makes for a great fit,” comments Wever. “With Allday, I am able to unite the longform projects I have in development with the advertising collaborations. I’m excited to be surrounded by people who are similarly energized by bringing a variety of stories to fruition.”
Stephan Wever started his career in his native Amsterdam filming fellow skateboarders and working as an editor on both documentaries and commercials. Inspired by his interest in visual effects, Stephan then became a part of a renowned vfx driven design collective before embarking on his solo directing career, quickly earning multiple Vimeo Staff Picks and a Saatchi's Young Directors Award. Based in Amsterdam and Los Angeles, Stephan is known for applying his multifaceted experience in service of developing a compelling narrative.
“For me, story is everything,” he relates. “When reading a script or a brief, I love considering how best to authentically develop something engaging and believable. Whether it is a small budget docu project or a large-scale cinematic campaign - I appreciate having the opportunity to explore and collaborate on a variety of work that hopefully moves people through storytelling.”