Kenzo Digital is a director and artist based in New York City. His work is dedicated to synthesizing new narrative forms by unifying traditional storytelling with groundbreaking technology.
Kenzo is best known for his collaborative work with Beyonce, including her video-driven 2011 Billboard Awards performance and the United Nations’ World Humanitarian Day 2012 project, “I Was Here.” Previously, Kenzo worked as a creative director at Wieden+Kennedy, where he developed broadcast and print campaigns starring Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony for Nike. Kenzo is also the video director of Nam June Paik’s studio; in this capacity, he has executed installations for the artist at the Guggenheim, Tate Museum, and National Gallery of Art. His films have been featured in the Tribeca Film Festival, the Mill Valley Film Festival, and have been recognized by the Rockefeller Film Fellowship.
Kenzo Digital is represented by Oscar-winning production company Ridley Scott & Associates (R.S.A.) and talent agency UTA.