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Presence is an award winning commercials production company.

Our Directors and Producers make films and experiences that inspire and engage audiences.

Our diverse team come from advertising, comedy, drama, documentary, animation and immersive media.

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My Creative Hero: David Lynch

My Creative Hero: David Lynch

Jason Smith explains why the “dark psychosis” of his directing hero's films continues to influence the way he creates

Presence Signs Comedy Director Misha Manson-Smith

Presence Signs Comedy Director Misha Manson-Smith

Misha recently wrapped a US pilot with Sacha Baron Cohen and Marc Wootton, with several new series and feature films in the works with Channel 4 and others

The Directors: Jason Smith

The Directors: Jason Smith

The Presence director is a proponent of a concise treatment, helped create the racing game Need for Speed and isn’t as expensive as many assume he is

Jason Smith Signs with Presence

Jason Smith Signs with Presence

Jason signs for cross continent representation

Surveying the Production Landscape

Surveying the Production Landscape

Danny Fleet, EP and founder of Presence, shares some of the trends beginning to emerge from the anonymous producers survey the company has been conducting

Uprising: Avril Furness Is Dead Set on Curiosity

Uprising: Avril Furness Is Dead Set on Curiosity

The Presence director, producer, writer and immersive storytelling enthusiast tells LBB’s Alex Reeves about living as a “pseudo boy” and later a pseudo soldier, and interrogating fundamental human questions through VR