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Los Muertos Motorcycles signs Ben Jay Crossman

Issued by: Los Muertos Motorcycles | 5 Mar 2014 09:27
Los Muertos welcomes director, Ben Jay Crossman to its rad directing roster.
Drawing on his award-winning background in illustration, storyboarding and concept art, Ben has spent the last five years honing his film industry chops both locally and internationally directing documentaries, such as the highly acclaimed Streets of Fietas, as well as numerous short films and music videos.

Ben spent a couple of years working and touring with Die Antwoord, under the pseudonym 'Kobus Holnaaier' and has just completed shooting, directing and editing a documentary for photographer Roger Ballen, which is set to release in March 2014 with Ballen's latest book, The Asylum of the Birds.

Ben is a fresh, exciting director with raw intuition and a can-do attitude, and he is now ready to unleash his powerful artistry on the commercials scene.

Take a glimpse of the real world through Ben's eyes; check out his short montage here:

Ben Jay Crossman | ShowReel from Los Muertos Motorcycles on Vimeo.

Los Muertos Motorcycles represents directors Craig Wessels, Gavin Coetzee and Ben Jay Crossman. Visit our website at

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