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TOMAT

MDN
Ford

RFM

SKOLBeats

Fire & Frost (Director's Cut)

Budweiser

Vintage Store (ft. will.i.am)

Amazon

Take Off

Nike

Air Max

TOMAT

With previous international experience in filmmaking, design, and post-production, the directing duo was formed in 2011. They create unique films using photorealistic special effects and skillful set direction, extracting great performances from actors, celebrities, and non-actors alike. The duo won a Bronze Lion at Cannes for their work on “Cat-To ast” for the energy drink Flying Horse. That same year, they won the prestigious Young Director Awards hosted by Shots magazine.

In 2017, Tomat won the esteemed ABP Best Brazilian Director award, was featured in the October Source Showcase, and earned another Bronze Lion with the PR campaign “BK Whopper Exchange.” In 2019, the duo went on to win yet another prize at Cannes, this time an A Media Grand Prix with the campaign “Nike Graffiti Stores” by directing the campaign film.

Mateus Araujo began his career as a compositing artist and post-production supervisor, work that he still does today. He holds a Master’s degree in Design and Technology from Parsons University in New York, having earned a scholarship for that course based on the excellence of his portfolio upon admission. While in New York, he freelanced for design companies such as FDG, Interspectacular, BET, USA Channel, and Comedy Central. As a director, Mateus won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Music Video in 2006.

Similarly, Tomas Salles comes from a 3D background, having worked for 8 years in New York for various companies, including PSYOP/Massmarket, NY BUCK, Artjail, and The Mill NY. At The Mill, Tomas was a 3D supervisor and won the First Boards award. Tomas holds a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design and is a skilled illustrator. He graduated with honors from NYU’s Digital Imaging and Design and was the first student selected for the SIGGRAPH Electronic Theater and Stash Magazine for his work on the short film “Equilibrio.” The film went on to win the Create and Summershort awards hosted by Student Filmmaker Magazine.

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