Glue Society moves to Revolver

The Glue Society has shifted to production house Revolver from its previous allegiance with Radical Media.  

The Glue Society is a relatively unusual arrangement within Australia – a collective of writers, directors, designers and artists who create TV commercials, print ads, and entertainment content along with installations and even sculpture. It was founded in 1998 by Gary Freedman and Jonathan Kneebone.

Among recent directing work The Glue Society did while still working with Radical Media was The Regulars, Droga 5’s relaunch of the VB brand.

Michael Ritchie, Revolver’s executive producer, said: “On top of being the most savvy, consistent, energetic and positive collection of individuals around, The Glue Society offer us a very different take on the work. We share many of the same values and ambitions – and love collaborating with many of the same creative individuals and teams.”


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