Mark Romanek video With the advent of music videos in the 1980s, it has become perhaps., In the most persuasive and influential of our time. Mark Romanek in this area has established itself as one of its most innovative directors.Mark Romanek born in Chicago 46 years ago, and has directed videos like the spectacular Are You Gonna Go My Way by Lenny Kravitz, the brilliant God Gave Me Everything by Mick Jagger, the galactic Scream siblings Janet and Michael Jackson, the vanguard Jump they say, of David Bowie, the troublemaker Madonna Bedtime story, the drama The Perfect Drug from NIN, the minimalist RHCP Can not stop the film Hella Good by No doubt, the light Speed of Sound by Coldplay and the award-winning 99 Problems Jay – Z, among many others. Romanek’s music videos have been creditors for various awards such as the MTV Video Music Awards, three Grammys, an award from the Country Music Association Awards and three Billboard. Two of the Romanek’s music videos are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1997, the chain of MTV videos, gives the vanguard award, for his great contribution to the environment. This award never before given to a director of music videos.Romanek has also made several television commercials for brands like Apple, Nike, Calvin Klein, American Express and cirque du soleil, among others. As for movies, directed the film One Hour Photo (One Hour) where Robin Williams is a psychopath who works revealing picture rolls and ends harassing a family. The script is not anything spectacular, but if something is rescue, is its purity and impeccable visual frames. Mark Romanek’s work is distinguished by a visual sophistication and impeccable taste that blurs the lines between art, fashion and music video, posing as one of its most significant representatives in the 1990s.