Doug Nichol

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Doug Nichol is an American filmmaker and commercials/music video director.


A graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, he started his career as a cinematographer working with David Bowie, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen and U2 and was director of photography on Madonna’s infamous Truth or Dare (documentary). He has also directed campaigns for Levi's, Mercedes-Benz, Heineken, Virgin Mobile, Smirnoff, Toyota, Microsoft, Sony Ericsson, Peugeot, and American Express among others.

He won a Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video for Sting’s Ten Summoner's Tales[1] and also received two other Grammy nominations for work with Aerosmith[2] and NKOTB.[3] He has won several MTV awards including Best Rock Video for Aerosmith’s Pink (song).[4] His epic music video for This is Hardcore by Pulp has consistently been listed as one of the top music videos of all time.[5][6]

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