Welcome Jacqueline Sevcik

Revolver Amsterdam welcomes Jacqueline Sevcik as Creative Producer and Studio Manager for the branded content division of the company.

In this new position she will be responsible for the development and production of creative projects, studio operations, and creative talent management.

According to Jacqueline: What attracted me to Revolver and the ethos of the company is their goal to provide a platform for emerging and established voices from diverse backgrounds with a powerful story to share. My own background and experience has taught me just how meaningful these perspectives are, and that they need to be heard. As makers and creators, there is a responsibility to bring to light the stories of those who have been marginalized, silenced, invisible or misrepresented. Revolver is already working to push these boundaries, and with my joining, we will bring together the worlds of fine art, advertising and film to tell these stories.

Jacqueline Sevcik has more than 10 years experience in the fine art and auction world where she worked directly with international artists in all disciplines and contemporary galleries with PR and communications in the commercial sphere and for NGOs. Sevcik joins Revolver coming from creative agency 72andsunny Amsterdam where she worked in production, delivering global campaigns for Google, Axe and Adidas among many others.

Sevcik also says: Revolver’s focus on developing longer form branded content is an area of the commercial world I am eager to push forward and make a difference in. I look forward to working directly with these talented directors and photographers to create the kind of content that is socially impactful.

Revolver Amsterdam is a production house best known for their film, documentary and branded content. Over the years, their work has received international recognition from the likes of Sundance, Berinale and Sheffield Doc Fest and has done campaigns for brands such as Uber and Asics. Recent collaborations such as the Too Beautiful documentary with Adidas marks a shift in the company’s mission to bring longer form branded content to the forefront.