Adam Mufti

Filmmaker

After studying graphic design under Peter Saville, Adam Mufti was invited to join Showstudio.com at it's outset where he lead the programme of film content as Motion Image Director. In that time he worked closely with photographer Nick Knight and created moving image projects with Alexander McQueen, Brad Pitt, Björk and Grace Jones amongst many others.

Since then, Mufti has directed films and installations for the worlds leading fashion and luxury brands. He was invited by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London to direct the restoration, editing and recontextualisation of Guy Bourdin's unseen film archive, the outcome of which was central to the Bourdin retrospective and its international tour. In the same role, a sister project to edit the unseen films of Erwin Blumenfeld was also undertaken.

Mufti has directed work for brands including Rimmel, Max Factor, British Vogue and Elle, YSL, Ungaro, Umbro and Amex. His work has been featured at numerous festivals and exhibitions around the globe and in addition to his advertising work he has also directed documentaries for the BBC. Proficient in digital video technologies, he has lectured internationally at events including OFFF Barcelona, The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts and Onedotzero 8.

After studying graphic design under Peter Saville, Adam Mufti was invited to join Showstudio.com at it's outset where he lead the programme of film content as Motion Image Director. In that time he worked closely with photographer Nick Knight and created moving image projects with Alexander McQueen, Brad Pitt, Björk and Grace Jones amongst many others.

Since then, Mufti has directed films and installations for the worlds leading fashion and luxury brands. He was invited by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London to direct the restoration, editing and recontextualisation of Guy Bourdin's unseen film archive, the outcome of which was central to the Bourdin retrospective and its international tour. In the same role, a sister project to edit the unseen films of Erwin Blumenfeld was also undertaken.

Mufti has directed work for brands including Rimmel, Max Factor, British Vogue and Elle, YSL, Ungaro, Umbro and Amex. His work has been featured at numerous festivals and exhibitions around the globe and in addition to his advertising work he has also directed documentaries for the BBC. Proficient in digital video technologies, he has lectured internationally at events including OFFF Barcelona, The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts and Onedotzero 8.

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