Hugo Keijzer has developed and directed pivotal films for large international corporations and disruptive brands. His most acclaimed work includes ““The Story of Milk”” (FrieslandCampina), ““Science can Change the World”” (DSM) and ““Denham Psycho”” (Denham the Jeanmaker). These films display Hugo’s creative strength; combining gripping narrative with stunning aesthetics. 

Stories are told about your organization
whether you create them yourself or not.
— Anne Loehr

In every project Hugo does, he is involved in the development of the story, whether it’s creating the concept from scratch, or refining the idea until it’'s ready to shoot. 

He believes strongly in the power of collaboration; filmmaking is a collective art. He takes pride in his close relationship with talented writers, actors, visual artists and - most of all - his clients. He harnesses the power of the team to accomplish a rare level of detail and sense of scale in his work.