We work directly with a short list of brands and agencies
to create broadcast video content. Our category
experience ranges from lifestyle, hospitality, culture, beauty
and luxury. Be it a social media campaign, digital campaign,
or television documentary Denise Keller brings her own
personal touch to help brands tell their story.
Producer, Presenter, Director
Denise Keller is a presenter, producer and director. The Singaporean talent started her career as a host on MTV, but she is best known for her award-winning work on TLC and the Discovery Channel. Her on-air performance at Discovery earned her the Best Presenter Trophy at the Asian Television Awards. She has hosted the Asian MTV Music Awards twice and covered the red carpet at the Oscars for HBO Asia. Behind the scenes Keller has worked as a producer and director for TLC and the Discovery Channel. This includes production work as a fixer for hit shows like Anthony Bordain’s Parts Unknown. On the social media front, her work for brands include: Eres, Under Armor, Crystal Cruises, SISLEY, Clinique, Sony, Genting Dream Cruises, TripAdvisor, Manduka, and Madonna’s MDNA skin care roller.
'Gax' has fronted some of the best creative agencies in Asia. As a Creative Director, he has worked with some of the biggest names in
the business. Names like FCB, Ogilvy, Dentsu and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (San Francisco). He has struck international award show gold in Cannes, The Effies, The One Show and D&AD. In early 2012, he started his own agency which was later purchased by the Dentsu Aegis Network. A storyteller at heart, he has created various integrated and social media campaigns for clients like: AMEX, Expedia, Heineken, Hyundai, INTEL, The Health Promotion Board, Qatar Airlines, Genting Dream Cruises and TripAdvisor.
Marketing & Events Director
A highly experienced marketing professional, Joyce has worked with some of the leading hospitality and entertainment brands in the region. This list includes brands like Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Press Holdings and Total Sports Asia. As a marketing and events specialist, she has worked along side some of the biggest international celebrities in the entertainment, sports and media world - Elton John, Celine Dion, The Rolling Stones, Annie Leibovitz, David Beckham, Serena Williams, and Gordon Ramsay, are but a few. Having built a strong foundation in strategic marketing, multi-channel marketing, analytics and content media; she is now working in the social media space with eCRM, SEO, SEM and attribution modelling for brands. She brings KellerMedia a wealth of expertise and experience.
Underwater, Director of Photography
Chris Tan has earned a reputation as one of Asia’s foremost underwater sealife cameramen and directors of photography. His credits range from lifestyle and wildlife documentaries to Hollywood feature films. His breathtaking underwater work has appeared on Animal Planet, AXN, BBC, National Geographic, CCTV, 60 Minutes, Nine Network Australia, TLC and Discovery Channel. His work on Passage to Malaysia even won him a best cinematography trophy at the
Asian Television Awards. Chris’s topside credentials also include his work as a production coordinator and fixer for ITV’s The Parent Trip, National Geographic’s Coral Triangle, Exploring Malaysia, BBC’s Monsoon, Sky TV’s Conquest of the Sky, and Discovery Channel’s Man vs Wild.
Director of Photography
Ryan has photographed everything from president Barack Obama, to wild caimans in the primal jungles of Peru. No matter where Ryan finds himself, he is most comfortable behind the camera. His work is described as candidly personal. He has been published in National Geographic, The Straits Times, MyPaper, and countless other social media campaigns. Since starting his professional career, he has always used his images to support social causes and wildlife conservation. His latest project, in conjunction with the WWF, is to document the last remaining Malayan Tigers in the wild. At KellerMedia he continues his travels creating authentic travel content and documenting the world at large.