two heads' owner, James Anderson is a
multi-award winning Producer and Director.

Over the last 20 years his work has spanned primetime reality television, scripted comedy, documentary, live broadcast, commercial and online brand content.

Recently he packed the family up and moved to Los Angeles to see find his next adventure for the company.


A BIT MORE ABOUT JAMES

James started his career in the world of music television, moving up the ranks on legendary New Zealand shows, Space & Squeeze. He quickly be became a one-man-band, shooting, directing and editing numerous sub-culture and music series.

In 2005 he joined forces with long time friend Nick Ward to start Two Heads and the rest is history.

He tells stories that have oodles of heart, a splash of humor and visually tickle your eyeballs too. He's been lucky enough to make content with world-conquering sports teams, television series with high-rating presenters and documentaries featuring legendary musicians and comedians.

His critically acclaimed production company, Two Heads for the last 10 years making a name for ourselves producing internationally selling documentary series like Making Tracks and Funny Roots, to television formats like the stand-up series, A Night at The Classic.

He is most well known in New Zealand for the non-scripted reality food series, The Food Truck. The ratings smash hit, picked up numerous awards and played in over 40 countries. The format, Junk Food Flip was also made in the United States, by The Cooking Channel. The phenomenon quickly turned into a successful fast food restaurant spin-off called Food Truck Garage, which he ran for 3 years with Nick.

Over the last few years, James has been working as a Commercial Director & Producer writing, making and producing branded content, commercials and online content series. He's worked for lots of kick-ass brands such as Volcom, adidas, KFC, Wendy’s, 42Below, Red Bull, Les Mills, AIG, Hyundai and Samsung to name a few.

Get in touch if you don't believe any of the above!

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