After a string of playful and provocative viral hits, Stirling has been hailed as “one of the internet’s most watched directors”. A maverick storyteller his work is often subversive, visually inventive and emotionally compelling. His film for Save The Children, Most Shocking Second a Day Video exploded online with over 25 million views in the first 5 days and won a Cannes Gold Lion. He followed this with the LEGO: Everything Is Not Awesome attack ad, criticizing LEGO’s partnership with Shell which won a White Pencil. The video made history and global news after LEGO ended it’s 50 year relationship with the oil company. Martin also created the 9+ million hit Standard Operating Procedure with Oscar winner Asif Kapadia in which they force fed Mos Def, highlighting the human rights violations at Guantanamo Bay. Martin recently received the Young Gun award from the Art Directors Club of New York.