As a Director and Choreographer, Supple Nam (Guillermo Martin Nam) has pushed boundaries with his unique understanding of dance, culture and stylised movement across TV, theatre, film, music and advertising industries winning multiple awards.
His unique edge has been consistently recognised in the industry with awards from all sides: “Most Innovative Choreography in TV and Film” (VW Golf GTI “Singing in the Rain” commercial), “Best Choreography in a video” UKMVA (Music video Money by Peace), “Best Sports Performance Act” (Mission Ferrari), “Best Live Action SFX” British Arrows Craft Awards (Honda HR-V “Stepping” commercial) and most recently won a D&AD award for his choreography (Music video Ghengis Khan by Miike Snow).
Supple Nam has been engaged in multiple advertising campaigns for Honda, Loreal, Sony Ericsson, Toyota, Toshiba, Halifax, Marks and Spencer, Mahou-San Miguel, Citroën, Orange, BT and many more. As well as working with leading international brands, Supple has choreographed leading international bands and musicians including Jamiroquai, Chemical Brothers, M.I.A, the multi-award winning Asian superstar Jay Chou, Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan and Arab music legend Amr Diab.
Consistently growing and expanding his art forms, Supple has been commissioned to present and direct live productions in London, Abu Dhabi, Australia and Korea. Most recently Supple Nam created an aerial stunt show Mission Ferrari – earning the 2015 Brass Spring Award for “Best Sports Show Performance Act”.
As Creative/Artistic Director for Sky 1’s hit TV show, “Got to Dance” (2010-2012), Supple Nam supervised each presentation, providing the choreography concepts suitable for live and television audiences. His involvement in TV includes “Britain’s Next Top Model”, MTV’s “Bust a Move”, “So You Think You Can Dance” (Australia and UK), BBC’s “Top Of The Pops Christmas and New Years special” as well as many more.
As a dancer/performer Supple Nam worked with international superstars including Madonna, Destiny Child “Survivor” Tour and Janet Jackson’s “Velvet Rope” Australian promotional appearance. He has also performed at internationally acclaimed arts venues: The National Theatre, English National Opera, Sadler’s Wells and The Place to name but a few.
Supple Nam has been a vital judge for industry award ceremonies such as the D&AD and UKMVA awards. His achievements has also made him panel for the Royal Ballet Drafts work at The Royal Opera House along side other international acclaimed choreographers/directors Matthew Bourne, Emma Southworth, Shobana Jeyasingh and Cathy Marston.
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