Kesha Robertson joins Curious Film as producer

Kesha (2).jpgCurious Film has announced that Kesha Robertson has recently joined the crew as a Sydney-based producer and marketing manager.

Robertson spent the last year and a half working from Amsterdam in production and digital content. 

She produced for Made for Digital and Circus Family in the Netherlands and Dubai, and curated online marketing content for boutique European brands such as The Cold Pressed Juicery, Silatha, Dierendonck and Play & Go.
Robertson has had writing published by the likes of World Nomads Australia, Contiki, The Sunday Star Times and 3 News New Zealand. 

She was interested in the role with Curious as it tied together her background in commercial production, with the digital and social media side she tapped into in Amsterdam.

Robertson made her TVC debut at Curious Film many years ago so is excited to come back to where it all began.

Says Matt Noonan, owner and executive producer, Curious Film: "Kesha is brilliant, with an awesome blend of enthusiasm, ambition and levelheadedness. Her great variety of experience makes her a tremendous asset to any production."

Having been to 75 countries, she's excited to get to represent Curious Film on the ground in Australia and on the road throughout Asia. 

Curious Film is looking to expand its reach in the Australian market and South East Asia. 

Kesha Robertson can be reached on 0450 054 889 or kesha@curiousfilm.com.

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