BURBERRY DIRECTOR DARYL CHASE JOINS TOMBOY / by Jane White

Daryl Chase, ex in-house Director and Creative at Burberry, has joined the roster at Tomboy Films. 

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Daryl has directed numerous high-profile advertising commercials (featuring the likes of Romeo Beckham, Elton John, James Cordon, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Cara Delevingne), long form brand promotional pieces and short bursts of moving content. 

His role as part of the Burberry creative team and the variety of his experience has given him the unique ability to understand a campaign as a whole.   Daryl has a keen eye for imagery and has worked as a Director of Photography on many feature docs, brand pieces, commercials and music videos.  

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He is inspired by the breadth of creative disciplines involved with filmmaking and has the ability to edit, a passion for writing and is a keen sketcher and general maker of things.   With his talent to operate across many of these disciplines personally, he can maximise a film’s creative potential, whether it be a visually driven or story motivated piece.

Tomboy Films is the legendary advertising production company run by executive producers Glynis Murray and Barnaby Spurrier.  The production specialist boasts a roster of over thirty world-class, award-winning directors, in-house editors and a line-up of writers and digital specialists.  Their expertise ranges across all moving media, specialising in commercials and content made by film, tv and documentary directors.

Glynis Murray, MD at Tomboy Films says: “We are delighted to have Daryl join our Director team.  We have admired his high-profile campaigns over the past few years and look forward to sharing his immense creative talent with other ambitious brands”.

Daryl Chase, Director: “I’m really excited about working with Tomboy Films in commercials and content and feel my skillset and experience is perfectly suited to creating powerful brand imagery and storytelling for their agency brand clients”.