Nexus Studios has hired two new Executive Producers for its Branded Content leadership team,  Anthony Austin in London and Brooke Williams in New York.

Austin’s experience includes time as Executive Creative Director of BBH London and he has also launched and led production companies within creative agencies across London like BOSH at Mother London, Black Sheep Studios at BBH and Girl&Bear at VCCP. His  client roster includes Google, Audi, Absolut, Tesco, Sky TV and Ray-Ban. His creative highlights include a viral product film for Absolut, a D&AD Directing Pencil for Stella Artois, and the Social Entertainment Campaign of the Year award for Sky TV’s Factual strand, plus BAFTA, Cannes Lions Gold, and Emmy recognition for his short films and documentaries.

Based in New York and specialising in Business Development, Brooke Williams has a career honed at 72andSunny, TBWA\Chiat\Day, Ataboy Studios, MPC, & The Mill. Her client roster includes brands such as Apple, IBM, Mercedes, Meta, Adidas, HBO, Modelo, DoorDash, Comcast, Metro by T-Mobile and General Electric. She is a regular judge and board member for AICP, Shots and Gerety Awards.

The pair join a branded content team including Head of Production for Branded Content, Rachel Moss and the teams across London, Los Angeles, and Sydney, including ECDs, Creative Director, Creative Manager, Designers and EPs.

“With the appointments of Anthony and Brooke, we have two incredibly experienced and strategic executives with great energy and insight. We’re excited about this team and its potential to strengthen our relationships with agencies and brands, and deliver the best creative solutions for our valued clients,” said Chris O’Reilly, Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Nexus Studios.

Jon Creamer

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