Greek-born Londoner George Tsioutsias’ (pronounced chew-chass) career took off at the tender age of nine, when he received a pan-European award in painting. He has been a force to be reckoned with ever since.
After receiving a first in communication design from Chelsea College of Arts & Design, George spent years designing and art directing for branding, music and fashion. Ultimately his diverse creative interests converged on the medium of moving image, and flew him right across the Atlantic where he landed a position at Interspectacular New York.
Upon returning to London he set up tearapart.tv with fellow artist Theo Michael. Tearapart.tv quickly amassed broad recognition and a reputable reel of idents, shorts and promos, boasting work for David LaChapelle and an onedotzero award-winning video for Ebony Bones.
Since then his work has been shown in Cannes, at the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Barbican in London and has been featured in publications like Stash, Creative Review and IdN to name but a few.
George's multidisciplinary background allows him to work across a wide range of formats including music & fashion videos, commercials, title sequences, virals and branded content, for clients such as Vivienne Westwood, Selfridges, SHOWstudio, Lacoste, Hussein Chalayan, Hugo Boss, Netflix, Nokia, Bose, Microsoft, SXSW, Wimbledon, Royal College of Art, Skin, Breach, Sean Paul and many more.