|Founder 👔||Sam Egan, Harry Hunter, Erin Moy|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Area served 🗺️
|Services||Film, advertising, digital, content creation, entertainment|
Number of employees
Entropico is a production company based in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 2013 by Sam Egan, Harry Hunter and Erin Moy, now representing a diverse range of creatives. Known primarily for their award winning music videos and lean and agile production practice. Entropico has notably created work for Google, Spotify, Nike, Adobe, Amex and nib.
Having been contemporaries in the early 00's Sydney music scene, Sam Egan, Harry Hunter and Erin Moy first worked together on various short film and music video projects. Finding a space in the market for content that thrives in front of the social media and GIF generation, attention was turned to commercial practice. Progressing to larger Television advertisement's, more varied and complex productions has allowed an increase in output while still maintaining an offbeat cutting edge approach to visual media.
Entropico has created award winning videos for artists both major label and independent. Jai Wateford, The Kite String Tangle, Methyl Ethel, Cosmos Midnight, Guy Sebastian and many others.
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