Belgian born Bram Coppens graduated from the Brussels Film Academy, RITS and continued his studies at the New York Film Academy and the Academy of Fine Arts in Utrecht. With an eye for beautiful imagery and poetic visuals, Bram has since directed cinematic, visually driven campaigns for clients such as Christian Dior (which earned him a nomination for a Young Director Award at Cannes).
In September of 2011, Bram moved to Los Angeles to focus on directing in the U.S. market. Since, he has shot award winning campaigns for Lexus, Range Rover, Dockers, the Worldwide Campaign for Adidas’ new FIFA World Cup ball. The film was the first 360 interactive commercial on youtube which earned him a bronze CLIO Award.
Bram is a multi-dimensional storyteller. His work is infused with striking visuals, often incorporating a range of techniques to deliver powerful images. He is also the founder and Creative Director of CROMA, a concept/design Studio that specializes in product-centric filming and interactive installations.