George Lowe

George Lowe



George Lowe is an accomplished director of films, television series, and commercials. Lowe's career began in the early 1990s as a director of music videos for artists such as Will Smith, Mariah Carey, and Janet Jackson. In 1992, Lowe made the jump to television series by directing an episode of the popular show Martin. He went on to direct multiple episodes of Martin, as well as other popular shows such as The Parkers, Living Single, and The Jamie Foxx Show.

Lowe's feature film directing debut came in 1997 with the romantic comedy, Love Jones. The film was praised for its fresh take on the traditional romantic comedy and was a surprise hit at the box office. Following the success of Love Jones, Lowe went on to direct a number of other films in the genre, including Woo (1998), All About You (2001), and The Bros. (2003).

In addition to his work in film, Lowe has also directed a number of television commercials. His work includes commercials for companies such as Sprite, Toyota, and Chevrolet. He has also directed music videos for artists such as Alicia Keys and John Legend.

Lowe has established himself as a director who can work in a variety of genres and mediums. His ability to bring unique perspectives to traditional stories has made him a favorite among fans and critics alike.

In addition to his work as a director, Lowe is also an active member of the community. He is the co-founder of the Los Angeles-based organization, The Reel Change Project, which works to provide media education and training opportunities to underserved communities.

Lowe is a remarkable director whose work has spanned multiple genres and mediums. His commitment to excellence and dedication to bringing unique perspectives to traditional stories have earned him a loyal following. His work is sure to continue to entertain and inspire audiences for years to come.

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