TG Herrington started his career editing commercials and music videos for such directors as David Fincher, Michael Bay and Michel Gondry. His post-production experience parlayed his move into the director’s chair filming commercials for Nike, Budweiser, Toyota and other global brands. In 2011, at the urging of director and frequent collaborator Simon West, TG signed on to edit the action film The Mechanic, starring Jason Statham. The experience of having worked in the feature film arena led TG to his first foray into directing narrative via the award-winning film Mr. Okra, which became an official selection at Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals. Herrington then shifted gears to become executive producer on the epic Civil War drama Free State of Jones, starring Matthew McConaughey. Herrington’s latest film, A Tuba to Cuba, takes Preservation Hall Jazz Band from New Orleans to the shores of Cuba in search of the roots of jazz. It made its world premiere at SXSW 2018, followed by a great theatrical run. Recently Herrington wrote and directed a series of interconnected music videos for “Come on to Me” by rock icon Paul McCartney.
Nicelle Herrington is a filmmaker with a passion for producing. She enjoys taking a project from the seeds of its creation through to the end of the distribution cycle. She has produced a wide variety of commercial campaigns, music videos and documentaries. Her notable work includes the short film Mr. Okra, an official selection of the Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals, and the feature-length documentary A Tuba to Cuba, an official selection of SXSW Film Festival. Both projects highlight her passion for the culture of New Orleans. Nicelle also worked with Solange Knowles as executive producer for the multi-award-winning music videos “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “Cranes in the Sky.” Most recently Nicelle produced the trio of music videos “Come on to Me” for the legendary Paul McCartney. Nicelle serves as head of development at Nom de Guerre Films where she is pursuing her passion for bringing people together to create and develop remarkable projects.
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