The Colourful Multi-faceted World of Mono Ghose

An exciting new addition to the NERD Productions family is Mono Ghose! He grew up playing sports, reading books and watching TV, sometimes too much. But, without a particular taste for science and math, Mono stuck to exploring his artistic side, and here we are. Interested in football, gaming, reading, and quietly being urged to …

New Signing at NERD: What Rachael Olga Lloyd Loves 24/7

Exciting times at NERD! We had a chance to catch up with our latest signing creative powerhouse and stop-motion director Rachael Olga Lloyd. We spoke to Rachael about everything and anything under the sun, we hope you enjoy getting to know her as much as we did! Growing up as a very British kid with …

The New New Business: NERD Productions PART 1

Meet a few of NERD’s Talent & New Biz team – Lydia Kaufman, Maria Leal and Lorena Perez! They are responsible for discovering new talent, executing NERD’s new business strategy and pitching to our agency & brand partners across the globe. Let’s dive deep into how they work their magic and help make NERD what …

Getting Down and NERDy: Garth Lee - Board Games

What’s a better bonding session than a big, boozy game night? Crazy for creating Animation Director Garth Lee shares his second place passion for good old-fashioned rivalry – board games.

Behind The Scenes With Billelis

It’s #WorldGothDay! Who else are we going to be talking about other than our favourite maverick man, Billelis? 

Jelena Tomić: My Paralysis Story

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 …

An Open Letter to Art Students

“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 …