Introducing… Brett De Vos: The New Wave of Media Makers

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.

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Get To Know: Hylton Tannenbaum, Talking Testicles ‘n’ All

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.

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Get To Know: NERD’s brand new craft director, Hayley Morris

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.

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NERD Says: It’s Time To Stop Talking About Diversity & Start Doing

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”