Patrik Bergh is an award-winning Director based in London, who has achieved success in both commercials and short films.
His commercial work includes high profile films for clients such as Axe, BBC, Dulux, Ford, Honda, Google, Range Rover, Thomson and VW amongst others. One of Bergh’s favourite projects to direct was the innovative road movie ‘Exit’, commissioned by Nissan through the ad agency TBWA. This film was shot in the US and was featured on the Box Set Series 4 of the popular TV series ’24′.
Patrik’s short film work includes ‘Véronique’, a five minute short starring a young hitherto unknown Inbetweeners star James Buckley, which saw great success and went on to win the Film Four/Orange Film Prize.
In 2016 his short film ‘The Apology’ was premiered at the Raindance Film Festival and was met with great success at the film festival circuit.
Patrik’s passion for performance led commercial and film work has been strengthened through his previous training as an actor, bringing him an essential understanding of the process the actor is going through.
Bergh has won industry acclaim for his work, including Gold at the London Craft Awards, Gold at The Black Pearl Awards, Silver at the Creative Circle Awards and Silver at the Midsummer Advertising Awards for VW Pretender.
Patrik recently finished writing his second feature script titled ‘Lost In The Wilderness’, and has just screened his latest short film ‘Quest For Fire’, having recently won Best Comedy at the Short to the Point Film Festival.