Ex-Isobar UK CEO Nick Bailey joins production company Dingo Bill

Nick Bailey, the former UK chief executive and EMEA chief creative officer of Isobar, has resurfaced at full service film production company Dingo Bill.

(L-R): Warren, Bailey, Madsen
(L-R): Warren, Bailey, Madsen

Bailey joins Dingo Bill as chairman, chief creative officer and partner alongside Oliver Warren, the founder and chief executive, and Jacob Madsen, the executive producer.

Having joined Isobar (then Glue Isobar) in 2013 as executive creative director, Bailey was promoted later that year to UK chief executive.

Bailey left the Dentsu Aegis Network agency in April – six months after being promoted to chief creative officer across EMEA.

Warren founded Dingo Bill in 2010 and intended it to be a new kind of production company, designed around the demands of the digital creative economy.

The production company has created work for Nike, Huawei, Sony and Starbucks and has offices in London and New York. 

Bailey said: "This year I had a choice – to enter a third decade working inside a digital creative agency, or to take my 20 years’ experience from LBi, AKQA and Isobar and apply it in a new, dynamic environment full of the ambition and energy I recognise from the early days of digital. This is exactly what I’ve found at Dingo Bill.

"There has been an explosion in demand for compelling film content for digital in recent years. As a former agency leader, I know how important it is to engage with creatively driven, collaborative production partners to meet this demand flexibly, efficiently and to a high creative standard."


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