P. R. Brown
Music video director
Who is P. R. Brown?
His early career in graphic design started at Pentagram in London with Peter Saville and Brett Wickens, followed by Frankfurt Balkind in Los Angeles. From there he went to Capitol records as an art director and then took the role of Creative Director for October Films in New York.
In 1996 he founded Bau-da Design Lab, which currently operates out of Los Angeles and New York. P.R. Brown is well known for his album designs for musicians such as Audioslave, Mötley Crüe, Korn, The Used, Godsmack, and early in his career he gained a particular notoriety for his work with Marilyn Manson. His career in music video direction has included notable videos for a diverse array of musicians including Carrie Underwood, My Chemical Romance, John Mayer, Three Days Grace, Billy Corgan, Evanescence, Seal, Audioslave, Prince, Jack White & Alicia Keys, Slipknot, Sevendust, Bullet for My Valentine, Avenged Sevenfold, Matisyahu, Mötley Crüe, Goo Goo Dolls, Miley Cyrus & Snoop Lion, Static-X and Death Cab for Cutie.