Can a 14-Year-Old Make a Better Vitamin Commercial Than a Pro?

Lily Eliana Walsh gives it a shot

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IDEA: It's so obvious, it's taken as fact: Experienced directors are better than inexperienced ones. But what if that's not always true?

Take, for example, not just young directors but child directors. Children see the world differently. It stands to reason that with the freshest of eye and rawest of talent, they might make something unique, even if they lack technical chops.

Ramaa Mosley believes this utterly, and opened a production company, Adolescent, in January to develop and represent directors 13 to 25 for ads and music videos.

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