Simon Brand

Puig, Yvonne
March 2006
Daily Variety;3/9/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 50, pA4
Trade Publication
The article profiles Simon Brand, a motion picture director in Los Angeles, California. Brand made known in making music videos and commercials. At the age of 17, he collaborated with Shakira on her music video debut "Estoy aqui." He is considered one of the 50 Latinos who successfully dominated the entertainment industry in Hollywood.


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