Integrated brand storytelling agency, Filtered Media, continues its rapid growth with the mid-sized company appointing nine new team members in recent times, and moving to expansive new premises.
Two senior hires include Nicole Manktelow as content director and storyteller for Filtered Media’s finance and technology practice, and Nick Ross as senior manager, content and analytics, a newly created role designed to deliver data-driven insights and recommendations across the agency’s growing client roster.
Manktelow was previously video news director at News Corp for six years, and Nick Ross joins Filtered Media after 16 months as editor at IDG’s PC World, and prior was technology editor at the ABC.
Emily Nowland joins as PR manager for the consumer lifestyle practice, moving from her previous role at expertise events, with Candice Witton joining the division as content producer and Natalie Cupac as content assistant. Charlotte Goodwin joins as content manager along with Jessica Testa as content and PR assistant for the finance and technology practice.
Hannah Eastwood has been appointed as social media Executive. Filtered Media’s latest appointment, production assistant, Tom Henderson, supports the range of podcasting, video and graphic design projects managed by the in-house design and production team.
“Giving talented people the opportunity to do their life’s best work is an exciting part of leading a growing business. Our vision is to pioneer Australia’s most respected brand storytelling agency, and the diversity and strength of our new team members is helping us bring it to life,” said Mark Jones, chief storyteller and CEO at Filtered Media.
Complete with a state-of-the-art podcast studio, Filtered Media moved to expansive new office space near the Chatswood Interchange in September. Flooded with natural light the newly furbished 500 square metre office accommodates the growing team and client base.