André Stringer is an American director, writer and artist. His work stems from a diverse collision of cultures, most notably skateboarding, music, and design.
He has won a multitiude of industry awards for direction, design, and animation, including the 2004 Emmy™ for Outstanding Main Title Design for his work on the Showtime series Huff. His work has appeared in publications such as Creativity, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Communication Arts, IDN, Boards, the FADER, Computer Arts, POST, Shoot, Advertising Age, and Vice.
Stringer served as Executive Creative Director of Shilo, which he co-founded in 2001. Under Stringer’s leadership, the Shilo studio developed into a collaborative hotbed of innovation in the fields of storytelling, strategy, design, animation and live-action direction.
His work reflects his wide range of interests—from gritty documentary realism to sophisticated design-infused artistry—all the while holding authentic character performance and poetic storytelling in the highest regard. Over two decades, André’s passion for innovating in the fields of live-action and design has propelled his work from the obscurity of subculture to the absolute mainstream, as exemplified by his works for Guinness, HBO, Ford, Under Armour, Nike, EA, Scion, and AT&T, to name but a few.