Updated: Aug 13, 2022
Our media division offers over twenty years worth of knowledge working within media to help us consult and strategise whilst offering exciting talent to our clients to enable cutting edge creative ideas to come to life on screen. That's why we're delighted to welcome super-talented Caroline Sascha-Cogez to the Native-Collective family of creative contributors as writer, director and creative.
Founder and Creative Director Ali Lindsay first signed Caroline for commercial representation back in 2015 and is now looking forward to collaborating on the many varied and exciting creative projects that Native-Collective originates for T.V and screen as well as the artist-led endeavours and organisations we partner with globally to message and raise awareness about various causes.
Caroline grew up between the fashion capital of Paris and a hippie community in the woods, north of Copenhagen, Denmark. She began her career in cinema working as assistant director for genius auteur Lars von Trier on “The Idiots,” “Dancer in the Dark” and “Dogville.” This led to amazing experiences: working with the likes of Bjørk, Nicole Kidman, Catherine Deneuve, and Chloe Sevigny. She then graduated from Danish film school "Super 16" and began shooting commercials for brands such as The National Board of Health, McDonalds, Nokia and Just Eat. Caroline has also written and directed a number of award-winning short features and documentaries that have been shown both on TV as well as at film festivals across the world. Her film 'LuLu' is a story about love despite age and gender, and a story about leaving the one you love, in order to learn how to love.
Caroline also hosts a regular night time radio show in Denmark where she explores the art of storytelling, inviting listeners to call in and have a chat, carefully developing intimate conversations with listeners around the world. Caroline is one of five Danish artists invited by Coppenhagen radio to host their own radio show.
Alongside her film making, Caroline's interest in storytelling has also drawn her to working on performances and installations at art galleries in both Europe and the USA. Her work has been featured in the IMO Copenhagen and Shoshanna Wayne Gallery in L.A. On several occasions she’s collaborated with international contemporary artists including Tal R, FOS, Superflex and Dorte Jelstup. In February 2013, she directed the art film ‘The Working Life’ for Superflex’ opening at the Mead Gallery London.
And that's why we're delighted to welcome her to Native-Collective's global family of creative contributors.