LGBTQIA+: L for Lesbian, G for Gay, T for Trans, Q for Queer (or Questioning), I for Intersex and A for Asexual (or Allied) and + for… What does the + represent? Live-Action Director Brett De Vos explores his interpretation of the symbol through his intimate emotions and how this could have a positive impact on perceptions in society.Continue reading “#PRIDE: +”
It’s never just a one-off event. Those in the LGBTQ+ community have to come out many times during their lives and each time presents itself with a different challenge. NERD’s Animation Director and Animator Yael Biran shares her very personal thoughts and feelings with us for the first time on the topic.Continue reading “#PRIDE: To Come Out or Not To Come Out?”
Every time I think back to that day, those same emotions rush through my veins. The memory of being on the ice rink, joyfully skating swiftly past my classmates not knowing that the next day I would experience something that would forever change my life.
I was thirteen years old when I lost all sensation in my body – from hip to toe, I was paralysed.Continue reading “Jelena Tomić: My Paralysis Story”
“The piece below was originally a letter that I’d written to a former student. Since then it’s gone through a few alterations. I wanted to share it with you because it’s nearing the end of the school year, and as someone who keeps a thread to his past, I remember what it felt like to be there.
I don’t recall the specifics of why I wrote to her, but I wonder if it had to do with the uncertainties that come with being an artist, especially one who is about to graduate from school in a couple of weeks. I guess then, this letter is really an open letter to those of you who are in a similar space now.” – Marcos ChinContinue reading “An Open Letter to Art Students”
What do you think of when you think of International Women’s Day? Do you think of freedom, equality, the history behind the monumental day itself?Continue reading “NERD Says… #WeAreEqual”
We are so amazed as to how another year has come and gone, it seems like only yesterday we were opening NERD’s doors… Another year over and so many more celebrations to be made! 2018 has been an incredible year for us and we are thrilled to see the leaps and bounds we’ve overcome this year. Continue reading “Our Final Festive Thoughts…”
NERD Productions are extremely thrilled to reveal the latest addition to our ever-growing roster, established and inspired live action director Brett De Vos.
With a background in both performance and cinematography, Brett became a perfectly fitting member of the NERD family as he expressed his interest and desire in producing empowering work that promotes a positive message specifically related to gender, orientation, body-image, class and freedom of self-expression.
As strong and active advocates for diversity and inclusion, we at NERD believe it is important to keep up the conversation of change, therefore sharing with you Brett’s unboxing of society’s conformity.
NERD’s 3D illustrator and animation director Billelis spoke to Digital Arts about the benefits of using social media to promote yourself and your work.
2017 has been a truly wonderful year for NERD Productions. At just 1.5 years old, we are proud to have worked on some fantastic campaigns alongside our incredible roster of talented directors and have even had the chance to grow our team.
Diversity has been a huge topic in advertising this year, and rightly so. People are finally paying attention to a subject that has been shamefully overlooked for years, by an industry which has the power to positively change the way people and issues are represented both in the media and in their companies. And whilst it’s great that we are all attending and taking part in events surrounding the issue, and opening up a wider discussion, when are we going to take responsibility in our individual sectors and actually create change? Continue reading “NERD Says: It’s Time To Stop Talking About Diversity & Start Doing”