Sam Wrench is a London based Director working across live music, documentary and branded content.

His Mary J. Blige feature documentary premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2015, and after much critical acclaim his 90’ film capturing the amazing personal story behind Blur’s unexpected recent reunion won an NME Award for Best Music Film. His branded content work has encompassed a diverse range of clients and mediums - from artist centric documentary films for MasterCard to the worlds first VR Single Performance Live Stream for Samsung with Years & Years. He recently directed KFC’s VS Live Stream, the first time Facebook has worked with a brand on a paid media campaign using the tool. Similarly he has directed branded content for Footlocker, Adidas, Toyota, NBA, McDonald’s and Converse amongst others.

He has directed music festivals featuring artists as diverse as Major Lazer at Loveboxx and Mumford & Sons in front of 60,000 at Hyde Park as well as a Netflix comedy special for Jimmy Carr and the Topshop Fashion Show. 

Sam grew up between London and Chamonix. Starting out as a self shooting P/D and cameraman, Sam began directing Channel 4's late night music content (4play, Little Noise, Ibiza Rocks) before moving into branded content, long form documentary and multi camera where he now works for a variety of companies, artists and brands both in the UK and America.

He has worked with a diverse list of artists from Nas to George Michael as well as brands from McDonald's to ONE.org

For more information on Sam's work, to talk about a project , or to just say hello, please get in touch.

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