Jean-Pierre Nonnet

PA-Production Assistant/Researcher

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Film TV
  • New Business Development
  • Creative Strategy
  • Branded Content
  • Creative and Analytical Thinking
  • Audience Development
  • Intellectual Property
  • Social Media Community Management and Content Curation
  • VOD
  • Digital Social Media Strategy
  • Advertising And Marketing
  • Social Media Digital Strategies
  • Digital Distribution

Work history


Production Assistant


Mar 2014 - Mar 2014
  • Production Assistant, re-shoots for 'Hercules'


Production Assistant

Radical USA /mewe Productions

Aug 2013 - Aug 2013
  • Production assistant on TBWA/Radical USA'a branded content for 'Nisan GT Academy USA'.


PA & Researcher

Chapter People Diary Services

Aug 2011 - Jan 2013
  • Advertising Production Assistant/Researcher (Freelance) Production Manager ‘L’Oreal Casting Crème Gloss’ YouTube live streamed commercial. McCann & Ericson (2012-2013) • Managed a budget of £64,000 • Recruited and booked 60+ cast and crew • Coordinated with Google/YouTube and open broadcast services. We delivered a live 1 hour narrowcast commercial across a dedicated L’Oreal YouTube channel, which integrated 2nd screen interaction across L’Oreal’s social media outlets i.e. Facebook, Twitter etc. Other companies I worked for include: Academy, Another Film Company, APA, Cherry, Cherry Cherry post, Grey, Knucklehead, Kream, Love, McCann, Mustard, Outsider, Partizan, Radical USA, Smith&Jones, Smuggler, Stink, TBWA/ChiatDay, Touch Paper TV, Quiet-Storm.



Digital Media Communication

Goldsmiths, University of London

Nov 2014 - Nov 2014
  • MA in Digital Media Communications. Goldsmiths University of London My dissertation focused on: How to leverage small-data and empower creative entrepreneurs and filmmakers to utilize the platforms and back-end analytic dashboards to, bypass the gatekeepers and bottlenecks of distribution, as they seek alternative paths to market-self distribution. With the net effect of, stimulating creative and culture diversity within the digital media ecosystem. My dissertation included; a case study of the Seattle based streaming service, IndieFlix and their RPM (Royalty Pool Minutes) system. Moreover, the dissertation comprised of in depth research and analysis on Netflix, Apple iTunes, VHX, Tugg Inc. and Vimeo’s VOD service business models. I investigated, how net-neutrality and issues around privacy and security, could impact these technology driven media companies in the years to come. Moreover, I set out to measure the impact and disruption these technology driven media companies have had on conventional media practices and how media giants such as HBO and Sky have adapted their business models to align with the new-media paradigm shifts. The overall focus of my post-graduate studies was on, new media practices within the digital economy and the future of digital media distribution. Key Courses: Future Media Landscapes, Entrepreneurial Business Plan Modelling, and Intellectual Property & Contents Rights Management, Cross Platform Development, Future Media Platforms and Opportunities. • Achieved a merit, following a CoD (Cinema on Demand) business plan that I created and completed. • Achieved a distinction, following my paper, which examined economic efficiencies vs. inefficiencies of copyright enforcement & protection as a means of overcoming online piracy. • Achieved a merit for leading the implementation of a successful social media strategy for ELL (East London Lines) Goldsmith’s online news platform. The Masters in Digital Media Communications is part of the UK Creative Skill-Set Build Your Own MA Program. This specialist program was open to persons with either a bachelor degree, or with the equivalent of over five years experience within the media industry, which was the latter case for me.