You know them from the award-winning Google Homeward Bound spot and this Hozier music video. (both with millions of views) We’ve been working for them for the past few months on the Cannes winning Delta Innovation Class campaign and more recently this moving Amex doc on Tiny Superheroes.
Compassionate global storytellers, Henry and Ssong blend warm visuals with moving narratives to craft films that inspire. Their naturalistic approach and utmost respect for their subjects evoke a truly human touch, proving these two young craftsmen are masters.
Henry Chen & Ssong Yang first teamed up at the Rhode Island School of Design where they learned to explore, discover, and create. They galvanized around both the idea of human expression and also a focus on global and compelling stories that need to be told. Last year, they traveled to India to direct SarooBrierley: Homeward Bound, an award-winning short spot for Google that has over a million views and awarded the prestigious Young Directors Award at Cannes, won the AdStar Silver Innovation Award (2013), screened at Google Zeitgeist 2013, and was one of TED’s “10 Ads Worth Spreading” of 2014. The short is currently being developed into a feature film.