Vanessa Marzaroli is an Emmy-winning director whose work combines elegant and startling visual textures with a warm and soulful emotional core. Her distinct visual flair for design elements is a trademark aesthetic.
She has brought her unique refined style and contemporary edge to a wide variety of projects, including commercial films for Audi, HP, Visa, Target and many others. Her music video for Cinematic Orchestra's “Lilac Wine” was hailed for its delicacy and sophisticated sense of design, earning Vanessa her second Emmy, a London International Gold, a Red Stick International Gold,
a Baton D'or, and other notable awards. Credited as animation director alongside Robert Hales, her collaboration on Gnarls Barkley’s "Crazy" was one of the most notable videos during its time, winning a VMA for “Best Direction” and further numerous accolades.
A native of Thailand, Marzaroli moved to California in her teens to further her classical piano training along with her twin sister. In high school, she discovered a passion for the visual arts and has been cultivating it ever since. Her love of photography, fashion, art, and typography are evident in her work.
Marzaroli is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design and has been a long time collaborator with Mirada. She was a Creative Director for some of the industries most well respected production companies including Logan, Blind and Motion Theory. Her work has been honored by the Art Directors Club, D&AD, The Type Directors Club, the AICP Awards, BDA, Prix Arts, and Cannes Film Festival.