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Ben Tricklebank

Ben Tricklebank

Ben Tricklebank is one of the industry’s most celebrated directors who prides himself on crossing many visual disciplines. His career has focused on finding innovative ways to engage with audiences and his cutting-edge work has been recognised globally.

Ben’s recent projects include “Light Echoes,” a collaboration with data visualisation specialist Aaron Koblin that was featured in WIRED. “JAM with Chrome,” a web experience that allows users to play live music with friends, won the 2013 SXSW Community Award and was FWA’s site of the month. “Clouds Over Cuba,” an interactive web experience on the Cuban Missile Crisis that Ben co-directed, has won numerous awards including an Emmy for New Approaches: Documentary, three Gold Lions, and a Gold Clio. “Jam with Chrome” and “Clouds Over Cuba” were both shortlisted in Shots and have made it to the final round of FWA’s Cutting Edge Awards Projects of the year.

In 2009 and 2010, Ben was the first and only back-to-back recipient of the coveted FWA Site of the Year Award. He helped create Google and Arcade Fire's HTML5 interactive experience, "The Wilderness Downtown," which won both the Gold and Grand Prix Lions at Cannes. The year before, he led the creation of "We Choose the Moon" for the JFK Presidential Library and The Martin Agency, which was recognised with two Webby Awards and a Gold Cyber Lion. A variety of other projects include memorable and FWA winning interactive experiences for clients including Perrier, Mitsubishi, Umbro, Allstate, Doritos, and many more.

Since joining Tool of North America in 2012, Ben has continued to explore new projects as an interactive director with a focus on blending innovative technology with smart storytelling, and has also moved into directing live action.

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