Led the team responsible for Nickelodeon’s Digital Services. Managing the development process from brief through to the delivery of innovative and distinctive content for local and international markets.
Encourage innovation and creativity amongst the team. Ensured effective collaboration between the Interactive team, Marketing, TV production teams, and third party suppliers, ensuring all content ideas were cross media, fully supported and met business aims.
Continuing to identify new technologies and opportunities for experiments including podcasts, desktop apps and user generated content.
Taking part in wider discussions on technology and children including presenting at the Showcomotion Conference and also participated in the Fast Track, a talent initiative from MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival (MGEITF).
www.nick.co.uk - Focusing on providing the audience a video rich, fully immersive experience appropriate to the children’s market by redesigning and rebuilding of Nick's main site that launched May 2007.
Nickheads - Interactive elements of synchronised Play-a-long quizshow on TV, iTV and online.
www.nick.co.uk/metv - me:TV - Website for show that made kids at home stars of the show, site included User Generated Content. 2007 BAFTA Craft Winner for New Media Developer.
www.nickjr.co.uk/video - Delivering the UK's first pre-school broadband video player.
www.nick.co.uk/ghoulies - Site for a new Saturday morning show, that expanded the Ghouliverse with bespoke games and videos.
www.nick.co.uk/kca - Site for the first ever Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in 2007 and also 2008. Collected over 3,000,000 votes, using both online and red button voting.