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Rick Floyd bio pictureLooking at Rick Floyd's career in Hollywood, one can easily see why he is an industry leader and expert on all accounts. Starting out as a stunt man and moving into acting then onto production. He has been a wardrobe stylist, production designer, creative director, and visual director at such companies as HBO, Showtime, FX to name a few. He has been a producer in theater, television, and film as well as directing commercials. Rick Floyd is currently one of the top Visual Directors in the field of print, dazzling our imaginations in a thriving business that captures an audience either driving down Sunset Boulevard or reading top fashion magazines. Rick Floyd's vision inspires the world of creative direction to move forward and keep ahead of the curve.

Indeed, Rick Floyd has put his signature touch on all endeavors, reaching a zenith in each field before moving on to the next. Floyd leaves an impressive trail of collaborative artist, working with the industry's top creatives, such as, Richard Avedon, Caleb Deschanel, Joe Pytka, Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindbergh, Patrick Demarchelier, Terry Richardson, Bruce Weber, Steven Klein, and Herb Ritts- to name a few.

Rick Floyd has proven that he is one of the most demanded visual directors in the business. He is now turning his attention to the natural progression someone of his caliber would take. Floyd's unflinching drive to know the business inside out has caused him to do what's been waiting in the wings all along, Directing.

Not surprisingly, his debut short film is the kind of calling card that can't be ignored. 'United We Stand' won Best Picture in Cannes' Short Corner Market. Called " sign of a genius filmmaker" by Alexandra Kotur of Vogue, it is currently blazing a trail on festival circuits. With an eye for the minutiae that make a scene ring true and a profound understanding of the human condition, Floyd brings uncanny ability to weave together the subtleties of character and emotion to the screen.

Currently he's working on his next feature project. Nudging the audience to look a little deeper than they might otherwise be inclined, with Rick Floyd at the reins you can guarantee it's going to be one of those rare films that infiltrate the ether, leaving audiences and industry insiders, curious for more from this forerunner of visual directing ingraining our consciousness with his uncanny vision and imaginative story-telling. Looking at Rick Floyd's career in Hollywood, one can easily see why he is an industry leader and expert on all accounts. Starting out as a stunt man and moving into acting then onto production. He has been a wardrobe stylist, production designer, creative director, and visual director at such companies as HBO, Showtime, FX to name a few. He has been a producer in theater, television, and film as well as directing commercials. Rick Floyd is currently one of the top Visual Directors in the field of print, dazzling our imaginations in a thriving business that captures an audience either driving down Sunset Boulevard or reading top fashion magazines. Rick Floyd's vision inspires the world of creative direction to move forward and keep ahead of the curve.

Indeed, Rick Floyd has put his signature touch on all endeavors, reaching a zenith in each field before moving on to the next. Floyd leaves an impressive trail of collaborative artist, working with the industry's top creatives, such as, Richard Avedon, Caleb Deschanel, Joe Pytka, Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindbergh, Patrick Demarchelier, Terry Richardson, Bruce Weber, Steven Klein, and Herb Ritts- to name a few.

Rick Floyd has proven that he is one of the most demanded visual directors in the business. He is now turning his attention to the natural progression someone of his caliber would take. Floyd's unflinching drive to know the business inside out has caused him to do what's been waiting in the wings all along, Directing.

Not surprisingly, his debut short film is the kind of calling card that can't be ignored. 'United We Stand' won Best Picture in Cannes' Short Corner Market. Called " sign of a genius filmmaker" by Alexandra Kotur of Vogue, it is currently blazing a trail on festival circuits. With an eye for the minutiae that make a scene ring true and a profound understanding of the human condition, Floyd brings uncanny ability to weave together the subtleties of character and emotion to the screen.

Currently he's working on his next feature project. Nudging the audience to look a little deeper than they might otherwise be inclined, with Rick Floyd at the reins you can guarantee it's going to be one of those rare films that infiltrate the ether, leaving audiences and industry insiders, curious for more from this forerunner of visual directing ingraining our consciousness with his uncanny vision and imaginative story-telling.