Indigo Asia Production pulls off coup with Nigel Kenneally joining as executive producer

Nigel Kenneally.jpgIn a major production development, Lowe regional production head Nigel Kenneally has joined Indigo Asia Production as an executive producer. Kenneally (left) will join the existing experienced Indigo team of Miles Johnson, Adrian Van de Velde and Jamie Popham.

Prior to moving to Thailand with Lowe, Kenneally was Head of TV at Publicis Mojo Sydney and was a producer at Saatchi & Saatchi London before that.
"We're very excited that Nigel is joining Indigo," said Johnson. "He has loads of international experience working on some of the biggest brands plus an intimate knowledge of the Asian region. That combined with his understanding of agency and client needs gained through many years at top creative agencies makes him an ideal addition to the team. He's also a really nice guy!".

Kenneally told Campaign Brief Asia: "I'm fortunate to have worked at some great agencies with amazing creative directors, and I've especially enjoyed working with my team at Lowe Bangkok who taught me a lot. It's time for the next challenge and I'm very excited about Indigo. For me it's the right time to be part of the right company in the right location".


ToddO said:

Congrats mate. Well done.

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