We are over the moon to welcome award-winning, multidisciplinary director and illustrator Craig Minchington to the NERD roster. Specialising in vibrant and dynamic 3D and CGI, Craig’s work (as well as his Instagram feed) is absolutely infectious.
Award-winning director Hylton Tannenbaum has directed a staggering 200+ commercials during his 20 years in the industry. He has built up a diverse range of directing abilities and styles and favours performance, humour and storytelling in his work. Hylton has worked with a vast variety of brands and agencies and has picked up numerous awards including two Cannes Lions.
We are obsessed with this print collaboration between Sweaty Betty and NERD’s Marcos Chin. Summer is finally here!
NERD Productions Director Fausto Becatti received an incredible response to his new breakthrough piece, ‘Be Indie’, including a 5-star review from notorious advertising critics site David Reviews. Here, we take you behind the scenes of the phenomenally outspoken and incredibly diverse two-minute film…
Our freshly launched director Hayley Morris stands for everything that we envision here at NERD – gender equality in the industry, encouraging young talent and crafting visually stunning work – that’s why we’re diving deeper into Hayley’s inspiring, handcrafted world to discover more about how she became the thriving success that she is today.
Forget what you think you know about life insurance, director Fausto Becatti has teamed up with radical new brand Indie to launch their new service aimed at young people who “live life on their terms.” Continue reading “NEWS: Fausto Becatti directs radical spot for new, youth insurance brand, Indie”
Hollywood director, writer and producer Rob Cohen is known for mega movies like The Fast and the Furious, xXx and The Mummy, but his latest flick sees him making the biggest splash of his film career.
NERD’s award winning director duo The Nathans reveal their latest spot for Seacret’s new Multivitamin capsules.
Elmaz Ekrem’s “The Law of The Sea” returns to the BFI this week to be part of the BFI Future Film Festival where it will be collecting its first laurel. The Random Acts film created for Channel 4 last year will be featured as part of the Modern Life shorts programme which celebrates international shorts from emerging filmmakers aged 16 – 25.