Kenzo Digital is a director, creative director and artist based in New York.
He is best known for his huge scale video collaborations with Beyonce on her 2011 Billboard Awards performance as well as the UN World Humanitarian Day project which garnered 2 billion media impressions and set social media records with its social reach. He has also collaborated with Kanye West, and has had a string of successful viral videos and music art projects that have gained him notoriety.
Kenzo has built his brand single handedly as a highly conceptual and culturally penetrating artist who has been able to powerfully remythologize his subjects through a hybrid of traditional mediums and cutting edge technology.
He joined world renowned ad agency Wieden & Kennedy as a Creative Director where he creative directed and art directed the Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony broadcast and print campaigns for Nike.
He has had films in the Tribeca Film Festival and Mill Valley Film Festival, and was a nominee for the Rockefeller Film Fellowship.
Kenzo is the video director of world famous video artist Nam June Paik’s studio (the father of video art), and has done video art installations for him at the Guggenheim, Tate Museum, and National Gallery of Art. His work has been critically acclaimed by The New York Times, Vice Magazine/The Creator’s project, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, Kanye West, Complex Magazine, Wired Magazine, and many others.
Currently, he has several film, TV, and technology projects in development.