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Nicky Flemming Takes Over as EP of Shortform and Advertising at Blue Zoo Animation

From the release:

Multi-BAFTA-winning, B Corp-certified London animation studio, Blue Zoo, announced the appointment of Nicky Flemming as Executive Producer for the Shortform and Advertising department.

Nicky will work alongside the Head of the Shortform, Damian Hook, to develop the client-relationship strategy towards brands and agencies and share the best that Blue Zoo’s world-class talent has to offer.

Blue Zoo’s clients include Meta, Glenfiddich, Supercell, Clarks, BBC Sports, LEGO, Playmobil, and more. The team is also responsible for Blue Zoo’s innovative shorts program, which works to bring opportunities to first-time directors and experiment with pioneering animation software and technology.

Nicky has worked in the UK advertising industry for twenty years working in roles from New Business to MD in some of London’s top production companies including; Another Film Company, Outsider, Merman, and Archer’s Mark.

Nicky also brings a background in production having worked in features as a Production Coordinator and in short films as a Producer. Furthermore, she has judged the New York Advertising Awards, the AICP awards, and the shots awards in London.

Speaking about her appointment, Nicky says, “I am thrilled to bring my experience to the team at Blue Zoo. I am hugely fortunate to count many of the top industry leaders as my close friends, who I am excited to introduce to my new team. I see my job as connecting and introducing talent to one another, which I look forward to doing in 2023.”

Head of Shortform, Damian Hook, added, “We are delighted that Nicky is joining the team. The studio is extremely proud of the Shortform team’s work and our roster of talent, so we are delighted that Nicky’s expertise can bring in an exciting new era for the department. We’re looking forward to delivering even more joyful and imaginative work to the advertising world and strengthening Blue Zoo’s reputation further.”