International advertising publication Shots has listed Egg Films' director Kim Geldenhuys among the “Top 100 Creative Minds” in the world. Geldenhuys is one of only three South Africans to be mentioned.
The list, made up of agency creatives and directors, forms part of Shots' 100th issue which celebrates creative advertising by listing the top 100 most influential people in the history of the publication.
The award-winning director and founder of Egg Films is best known for his work such as BMW “Landspeed” and “Kinetic Sculptures”, Castle Lager ‘‘Worldwind”, Isuzu “Operation Rachel”, Volkswagen classics such as “Beat”, “Steamroller” and “Thanks Dad”, Metro FM's “What Makes you Black?” and the Nike “Train to Win” commercial.
Shots is widely acknowledged as the advertising industry's international standard on the top creative work produced and provides a regular selection of the most original and creative advertising created.
Featuring top television commercials, music videos and special effects by the world's most talented directors, Shots is a 16-year old resource for creative professionals throughout the world.