Thomas Ralph / Stories From Those Jungle Books (Ft Kojey Radical & Forest Swords)

Thomas Ralph / Darkest Hour

Thomas Ralph / Great Ormond St Hospital – We Believe (Directors Cut)

Thomas Ralph / Vessels – Are You Trending?

Thomas Ralph / TURTLE – Body

Thomas Ralph / Klyne – Water Flow
Thomas Ralph
Director

Director Thomas Ralph is a Director with a sharp eye for factual, social, DIY and cinematic storytelling. After graduating Film at University of The Arts London, Thomas joined CAVIAR in-house director assisting and creative researching across the roster and offices. During this time, Thomas has developed his own reel and style whilst also grabbing industry attention – he was shortlisted for the D&AD Next Director Award 2017 – and that of the CAVIAR team along the way.

In late 2016, Thomas was nominated as Best Dance Newcomer at the UKMVA’s for his promo for band Vessels and at the same time also won The Homespun Yarn 2016 competition for his ‘Brexit Kids’ short Darkest Hour. The latter gaining Vimeo Staff Pick, playing on European National TV and being featured in a variety of global editorials.

Based in London. Represented by Caviar for music videos and commercials.

Thomas Ralph
Director

Director Thomas Ralph is a Director with a sharp eye for factual, social, DIY and cinematic storytelling. After graduating Film at University of The Arts London, Thomas joined CAVIAR in-house director assisting and creative researching across the roster and offices. During this time, Thomas has developed his own reel and style whilst also grabbing industry attention – he was shortlisted for the D&AD Next Director Award 2017 – and that of the CAVIAR team along the way.

In late 2016, Thomas was nominated as Best Dance Newcomer at the UKMVA’s for his promo for band Vessels and at the same time also won The Homespun Yarn 2016 competition for his ‘Brexit Kids’ short Darkest Hour. The latter gaining Vimeo Staff Pick, playing on European National TV and being featured in a variety of global editorials.

Based in London. Represented by Caviar for music videos and commercials.


Thomas Ralph / Stories From Those Jungle Books (Ft Kojey Radical & Forest Swords)

Thomas Ralph / Darkest Hour

Thomas Ralph / Great Ormond St Hospital – We Believe (Directors Cut)

Thomas Ralph / Vessels – Are You Trending?

Thomas Ralph / TURTLE – Body

Thomas Ralph / Klyne – Water Flow
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