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Student directs Super Bowl commercial

January 20, 2012

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    Remy Neymarc

Millions of people watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5, will see the work of Lewis & Clark student Remy Neymarc when they tune in to the big game.

Neymarc is the director of a Dannon Greek yogurt commercial featuring actor John Stamos. He may well be the youngest professional director in the history of Super Bowl advertising, a fact that Guinness World Records is in the process of confirming. The Super Bowl ad was a collaborative effort that includes music composed and recorded by Jonah Geil-Neufeld ‘11.

A Third Culture Kid from Paris, Neymarc became interested in photography when he was in high school. He honed his craft at Lewis & Clark, quickly establishing a reputation as a talented and prolific photographer. During his sophomore year, Neymarc ventured into video production with his brother Andrew, going on to win top honors in an international advertising competition. He is currently on leave from the college while pursuing directing opportunities.

See more of Remy’s award-winning work on the Neymarc Visuals YouTube channel and in the video below, created for the Lewis & Clark Department of Athletics