An award-winning producer and director of music videos, Doug Cook is an articulate and lively proponent of his craft. Audiences have come to recognize his signature style, whether it has sci-fi, futuristic or mysterious themes. Doug's attention to detail in prop-use and production design elevate his work to the highest standard, and regardless of budget, his final product always reflects innovation and meticulousness.
Above all, the key to Doug's success is his talent of bringing a message, melody or lyric to life in a way that's inventive and a natural reflection of the music, artist or organization. His technical competence, bold visual interpretations, and unusual use of props, along with his collaborative process and professionalism have distinguished him as a preferred local director in Alberta.
One meeting with Doug is all it takes to know that he's the man for the job when it comes to music videos.
Awards & Nominations
Doug's been invited to speak at the Canadian Noctis Valkyries Metal Festival and at the Alberta Music Sessions, and his work has been screened at:
This past April Doug directed Calgary's well established heavy rock band Kobra and The Lotus and their electric re-make of the song "Black Velvet," originally performed by Canadian artist Alannah Myles. In June Doug produced and directed the progressive metal band Every Hour Kills and their ferocious new single "Almost Human" set to premiere August 4th via www.storyhive.com
In an "it's been done before" world, obscurity is hard to come by, but Albertan music video director Doug Cook is forging forward, ambitious and hungry to contribute to the landscape of independent filmmaking and music videos in Canada.