The Amsterdam based director Jeroen Mol has already received much acknowledgment in his career. He recently directed a commercial for EA's renowned "Fifa Street" video game. Shot in Mexico, the much-discussed campaign was launched virally, spreading through the net in no time. After picking up a suntan in South America, he next hit the cold in Hungary & Slovakia, the backdrop for his Telenet Bear commercial. After this, Jeroen shot a commercial for Don Café, a Romanian instant coffee brand.
During his career, Jeroen has won several awards like the Merit Award at the One Show for "Le Soir", an IAAP-Award in the US for his Bellewaerde spot, and a Bronze Lion and Gold at Eurobest for his Karate-Kid commercial.
His Don Café project stole away gold at the Golden Drum Festival 2008 and the Association of German Producers picked out Fifa Street as the best foreign commercial from the FDW Awards. Working very successfully as a commercial director, along the way he has also started writing and directing short films. One of the shorts, "Cheap Ludes", was selected for the 2004 Sundance film festival.