Independent creative content agency Now We Collide, announces today the appointment of Nadine Spencer as senior producer.
Spencer has worked on a variety of reality television shows, before taking on a full time position with the creative team at FOXTEL’s Music Channels.
During her time at FOXTEL, Spencer rose up the ranks to production manager, producer and then senior producer. She has worked with major Australian brands, developed and produced long form shows, created and directed award-winning content and interviewed some of the biggest names in music.
A shelf of accolades from both Australia and around the globe, as well as peer recognition of her creative insight has allowed her to take a seat as a judge on the international panel for PROMAX BDA, take stage as a speaker at PROMAX ANZ and is a member of the TEDxSydney Creative Team.
At Now We Collide, Spencer will collaborate with the creative team to develop ideas and produce TV and digitally integrated video campaigns and content for key clients.
Keir Maher, managing partner at Now We Collide said of the appointment, “It’s fantastic to have someone of Nadine’s caliber join our team. Her track record speaks for itself and her genuine passion for creativity and producing outstanding video content is a perfect fit for us.”
Spencer added, “Opportunities like this don’t come around often. Now We Collide is pretty much my creative Shangri-La.”
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