Wayne McClammy kicked off his directing career filming comedy segments for “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC. After creating dozens of viral sketches for Kimmel, Wayne eventually directed the hit “I’m Fucking Matt Damon” which earned him an Emmy award. He then went on to direct two seasons of the hit Comedy Central show “The Sarah Silverman Program,” as well as multiple side projects with Silverman, including the viral video “The Great Schlep” which was viewed over1 billion times. At the same time, Wayne has written and sold five feature films, all of which are currently set up at major studios.
Since joining Hungry Man, Wayne has shot multi-national campaigns for some of the world’s largest brands including Nike, Call of Duty, Verizon, Geico, Madden, and literally hundreds more. It’s this consistently outstanding work that has led Wayne to win awards at every advertising ceremony under the sun including The One Show, Clios, D&AD, AICP Awards, and dozens of Cannes Lions. To top it all off, Wayne is one of the most viral commercial directors racking up tens of millions of views every year on YouTube and Facebook, even going so far as to be the number two most viral video of 2013 with his Geico spot “Hump Day.”In the past few years, Wayne McClammy has filmed eleven Super Bowl spots featuring TomBrady, Cardi B, Anthony Hopkins, Scarlett Johansson, Harrison Ford, Jeff Bezos, Rebel Wilson, Danny Devito, and many more stars.
The 2021 Amazon Super Bowl spot “Alexa’s Body,” starring Michael B. Jordan scored Wayne an Emmy nomination as well as nabbing him awards from Cannes, D&AD, The One Show, Clios, British Arrows, and several AICP nominations. He teamed up with Amazon again for this year’s Super Bowl. The Amazon commercial, “Mind Reader” starring Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost was the number two commercial of The Big Game according to USA Today’s AdMeter and was also named the #1 spot in Fast Company’s 5 Best Super Bowl ads of 2022. In addition to his Super Bowl work, Wayne’s Apple spot “Everyone But John Hamm” has been nominated for a 2022 Emmy Award for Outstanding Commercial.