Tony Kaye to Tweet for CampaignLive

LONDON - Controversial filmmaker and ad director Tony Kaye will Tweet exclusively for CampaignLive tomorrow as he tours the locations that have shaped his creativity - and speaks in public for the first time in 10 years.

Tony Kaye...guest Twitterer for CampaignLive
Tony Kaye...guest Twitterer for CampaignLive

Kaye will visit St Albans Art School, where he studied, Saatchi & Saatchi’s offices and the National Film Theatre, as well as performing his own songs at the Hospital Club.

He will also host a debate about The Beatles 1967 album, Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band at pop-up creative venue, The Cube Store.

Kaye said: "For me, my inspiration is all about Sgt Pepper's.

I think it is the greatest work of art made in my lifetime - and the greatest piece of recorded art ever. I don't consider there are any other valid recordings other than that."

The journey will climax at The Cube Store in Brick Lane where he will kick start a six-week series of avant-garde design, music, fashion, film, and art-themed experiences.

He will also talk about Japanese design icon the Nissan Cube.?

Kaye directed a series of acclaimed ads during the 1990s, including Dunlop Tyres' unexpected, and has directed music videos for Johnny Cash and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

He disowned his critically-acclaimed 1998 feature film American History X after it was recut against his wishes.

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