We're a creative studio that helps companies and agencies imagine the future.
Sixty Hertz was founded in 2004 and has evolved into a respected design and production studio. Since opening our doors, we’ve created innovative, groundbreaking work with some of the top brands and agencies.
Our studio in Los Angeles houses talented directors, creative directors, storytellers, designers, animators, and CG artists who bring their unique skills to each and every project we produce.
Together, we create moving images in the complimentary disciplines of film and design.
Creative Director / Director
At Sixty Hertz, Oliver is the resident creative director, as well as an award-winning director. He started his career while enrolled in a graduate language program in Tokyo. During that time, a London based record label posted an open call in search of video treatments for a Japanese drum ’n bass artist they had just signed. Oliver loved the track-he wrote a treatment, won the contest and shot the video. MTV put it on heavy rotation and Mixmag lovingly referred to it as “the only drum ’n bass video worth a damn.”
Upon return to the States, Oliver jumped at the opportunity to edit for Ridley Scott on the definitive documentary of Blade Runner, released during the film’s 25th anniversary. Oliver then went on to edit several documentary projects for brothers Ridley and Tony Scott through his creative studio, Sixty Hertz
Inspired by his years of working alongside renowned directors, Oliver took his experience and directed his first short film, Kasa, for which Shoot Magazine chose him as one of “25 Directors to Watch.” He followed this up with his short film 411, which premiered at the Palm Springs Film Festival Shortsfest.
Seduced by the short form, Oliver entered the world of advertising working for agencies such as McCann, Ogilvy, Publicis as well as the Showtime network, cutting commercials for American Airlines, BMW, Microsoft, Nature Valley, Toyota and Verizon. From there, Oliver went on to direct commercials, having worked with everyone from the Rockettes to Robert De Niro.
Currently, Oliver lends his creative expertise to various projects, providing clients with keen creative direction on both animated and live-action content. His creative vision has been tapped by some of the country’s leading American heritage brands. Not to be outdone by this, he can also tell you what the Japanese version of ‘the martini shot’ is.