Malcolm Venville

An acclaimed photographer, director of TV commercials and feature films. Malcolm Venville is known for continuously pushing the creative envelope.

He has shot several legendary spots with Nike, including “Rooney” and “Ribery”, a pair of spots exploring the intensity and dedication required to reach the top of your game and of course the World Cup spot “Almost” with Robinho.

Malcolm has published two books of photography. Layers (2003) is a collection of Venville’s advertising, celebrity, fashion, and personal photography and Lucha Loco (2006) is a collection of over a hundred portraits of lucha libre wrestlers taken on a 2005 trip to Mexico (Wayne Rooney has one).

Venville’s feature film debut was 44 Inch Chest (2009), a gangster film starring Ray Winstone, John Hurt, Tom Wilkinson and Ian McShane. He also directed Henry’s Crime (2010), a romantic comedy starring Keanu Reeves, James Caan, and Vera Farmiga.

Malcolm has recently shot a stills campaign for Zacapa Rum with Adam And Eve DDB, as well as a BBC film for Radio 5 Live.


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