New York City-based production, editorial, and independent film company Homestead signs director, Sam Tootal for U.S. commercial representation. Sam is a self-taught filmmaker from an art and music background. Fascinated in equal measure with honest, human stories, tiny details, and big ideas, his films shine a cinematic light on the subject, from the mundane every day to the art directed environment. He has worked with Warner Bros, Coca-Cola, Sony, BMW, T-Mobile, ESPN, and Samsung to name a few, creating work seen through an observational lens that seeks an emotive response to each subject.
Executive Producer Sarah Hesterman notes: “When the opportunity arose to represent Sam, we were thrilled. His versatility and experience allow him to tell a wide-range of stories on both sides of the budget scale. We’re incredibly excited to represent a talent like Sam and look forward to doing some great work together.”
Homestead is represented on the East Coast by Brandon Pico (HAPA Represents), in the Midwest by Catherine De Angelis (Hot-Betty), and on the West Coast by Lisa Schreiber-Naber (Boardalicious).