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Rebecca Rumble

Rebecca Rumble

  • United States
  • Member since 2019

Award-winning (Campaign Faces to Watch 30 under 30/D&AD/Cannes Lion/BFI Official Selection/Campaign Future Female Leaders/ IPG Inclusion & diversty/YDA) multi-disciplined video editor, art director, photographer, motion designer, social activist (Woman Up) & public speaker (Glug, Adweek).

Rebecca Rumble started her career 10 years ago by co-founding Format.LDN, a motion design studio that was commissioned by BAFTA & MTV. She left the studio to pursue an opportunity that engaged her biggest passion, music and was appointed by Zane Lowe as Editor for his Sooner Music platform.

With her constant desire for emerging culture Rebecca was attracted to Vice. Leading their motion design arm contributing work during Vice's record years of success. This includes designing titles for Snoop Dogg's Reincarnated (SXSW / TIFF Official Selection/Tribecca Film Festival/ Netflix) & Fantastic Man.

Rebecca currently is Creative Director in Content Studio, her role encompasses storytelling through video, motion problem solving for UX & Ai whilst exploring content trends for social. She's been a part of R/GA's hit work, from Samsung's /make, Google’s Year In Search to Beats Music.

Outside of work she has collaborated on numerous films which include "Incomplete"​ (2017 Official Selection at BFI's LGBT film festival) & "Hardest Word" (awarded gold 2017 Young Director Awards). Whilst working on films for Nowness, Arts Council, Business of Fashion, Christian Dior & Channels 4's Random Acts.

She also played keyboard in the band DWA, who supported Skream remixed The XX & was featured on The Guardian, Dazed & Confused & BBCs Steve Lamacq show.

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