Tony Petrossian

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Tony Petrossian is a visionary commercial and music video director who has worked with top talent and brands across the globe. His striking visuals combined with a keen storytelling sense have garnered him clients ranging from Nike, Subway, McDonald’s & Barbie to artists including Ludacris, DMX, Slipknot & Slayer as well as superstar athletes ranging from Tony Stewart of NASCAR to Wayne Rooney of Manchester United.

Petrossian's work has earned numerous nominations and awards, including recognition as "groundbreaking" by the CLIO organization for advertising, a Grammy Award, two MTV Video Music Awards nominations, Gold & Silver Addy Awards, a Source Award, the Audience Award at the SXSW film festival, a Much Music Video Award, a European Rock Video of the Year award and an American MVPA award for Rock Video of the Year.

Petrossian’s commercials have garnered attention with the media from The New York Times to Forbes and his projects have been named ‘Ad of the Day’ by Ad Week as well as ‘Spot of the Summer’ and #1 on the "Best of the Best" annual review by Shoot Magazine.

Petrossian is represented by William Morris Endeavor for feature films & television projects in the U.S.

Commercials (partial list)[edit]

  • Futuroscope - "Robotic Seats" (Paris, France)
  • Nike - "Beijing Ballers" (Beijing, China)
  • Zoo York - "Tough" (New York, NY)
  • Zoo York - "Spread The Word" (New York, NY)
  • Environmental Defense Fund "Grounded" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Subway "Fence" (Charlotte, North Carolina)
  • Dannon flamingo "Into Thin Air" (New York, NY)
  • Beeline Telecom "Sea of Communication" (Kiev, Ukraine)
  • Beeline Telecom "Hockey" (Moscow, Russia)
  • Beeline Telecom "Tattoo" (launch into Cambodia) (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • Sony Ericsson AINO global launch (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Sony Ericsson SATIO global launch (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Sony Ericsson SPACE HOPPER INVASION viral film (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Manchester United Football Club with Beeline Telecom feat. Wayne Rooney & Chicarito (Manchester, England)
  • Manchester United Football Club with Beeline Telecom feat. Wayne Rooney & Park Ji Sung (Manchester, England)
  • Nike "Change Sport" (Taipei, Taiwan & Singapore)
  • Alexander Keith's Beer "Moving Walls" (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Alexander Keith's Beer "Conveyor Belt" (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Beeline Telecom "Magnetism" (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • McDonald's "Real Fruit Smoothies / Paint Ball War" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • McDonald's "Photos" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Minute Maid "Lion Dance" (Shanghai, China)
  • Coca Cola, Burn Energy Drink "The Cap" (Los Angeles, CA & Moscow, Russia)
  • Anti Drunk Driving Campaign / T.Dept.Of.Trans. / "Backseat" (Nashville, TN)
  • Cape Cod Chips "Seagulls" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • McDonald's "Pinatas" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Key Bank "Beach Balls" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Singtel "Surprise Pop Performance" (Singapore)
  • Lance Crackers "Keepin' it Real" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Demix Sportswear "Fitness Girls" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Nokia "Ashes" (Kiev, Ukraine)
  • Merrell Shoes "Car v. Bike" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Sportmaster "Snowman" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Merrell "Weather Dogs" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Indiana Lottery "Fellow Bingolians!" (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Indiana Lottery "Hoosier Lottery" (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Moschino Barbie (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Merrell Shoes "Snow Dogs" (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Barbie - Spy Squad (Los Angeles, CA)
  • McDonald's - Create Your Taste (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Barbie - Mix & Color (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Vonage - Family Phone (Portland, OR)
  • Maryland Lottery "Baseball Bucks" (Baltimore, Maryland)
  • Ilya Kovelchuk | Gazprom "G-Drive" (St. Petersburg, Russia)
  • Barbie - Undisclosed Project (in production)
  • Barbie - Undisclosed Project (in production)
  • Nickelodeon - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob SquarePants, Paw Patrol, Shimmer & Shine, Runway Fashion (in production)
  • Choctaw Properties - Undisclosed Project (in production)

Music Videos (partial list)[edit]

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