Lauren has joined Dimension Studio after having gained a wealth of experience working within the Production and Media industries. Whilst working with industry-leading production houses such as The Mill, MediaMonks, Stink Studios and Dentsu Aegis in senior New Business roles, Lauren helped execute some of the world’s first interactive films as well as facilitate the rise of social media content, producing tailor made projects for key platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Lauren is a passionate advocate for Emerging Tech and has become an industry spokesperson and judge on a variety of topics and awards. She has been invited to speak on various panels at festivals across the world including Advertising Week Europe, Glug, The Webbys, Google, Digital Shoreditch and D&AD. Currently judging for BIMA, The Lovies, Webbys and The FWA. She is also committed to supporting the drive toward diversity and inclusion. She also champions the work of Women in Digital and regularly panels and chairs Women in Advertising and Production events. Specialties: Partnerships, New Technology, New Business Strategy, Events, Promos, E-commerce, Entertainment, fashion and Social Marketing.Locked Pro Plan feature
Leading the evaluation and execution of strategic partnerships in conjunction with existing and prospected partners across Hammerhead and Dimension. With a specific focus on negotiating project streams and long term partnerships. Building relationships across C Suite and senior leadership teams in broadcast, advertising and brand. To source and cultivate new potential opportunities in Virtual Production, Virtual Entertainment, Volumetric Capture, AR, VR and XR
I am part of The Mill London's Emerging Tech Team, specialising in partnerships. Focusing on creating bespoke solutions for our clients. I help bring life to projects with key platforms, using the latest and newest technology. Within my role, I focus on developing new relationships whilst propelling The Mill's growing interest in the rapidly evolving Emerging Tech sector. I am a passionate advocate for Emerging Tech and have become an industry spokesperson on a variety of topics. Honored to have been invited to speak on various panels at festivals across the world including Advertising Week Europe, Glug, The Webbys, Google, Digital Shoreditch and D&AD.
Curating and Managing all members events at The Ned. The newest addition to the Soho House Group. Creating over 40 experiences each calendar month. All specifically designed in mind for 1800 members.
I focus on maintaining Client Partnerships, creating business opportunities, Marketing and Social for the MediaMonks brand . To strengthen and support relationships with our clients. Primary day to day contact for clients reaching out with new briefs and supporting them once working on the project. Collaborating with clients to understand their objectives, recommending best practices as well as showing examples of previous effective campaigns. My role includes developing and implementing effective business and partnership strategies. I have successfully raised the MediaMonks company profile in creative agencies for digital production. I am also an accomplished events coordinator responsible for managing multiple high profile events with D&AD, Cannes Lions and The Lovie Awards.
Working to build relationships with a multitude of both agencies and clients. Bringing in both above the line, digital and experiential scripts. Maintaining existing client relationships. Presenting and showcasing work at events and festivals. As well as assisting with production work on projects by helping producers and production managers
Helping promote Stinkdigital to both agencies and client, to win a variety of exciting new briefs.Using a array of online and offline media to promote the company. Ensuring the success of the company by networking and maintaining client relationships throughout the industry.
Today's sophisticated viewing audiences are creating a demand for specialists in motion graphics who are able to generate captivating content – channel identities, trailers, advertisements, logos, title sequences and other forms of visual branding – that engage both the mind and the emotions. This unique course, highly recognised by the media and broadcasting industry, equipt me with the creativity, skills, expertise and knowledge to contribute to a growing market. I looked at the entire motion graphics process, learning traditional crafts like storytelling and image making, alongside the latest digital tools and techniques.
BIMA 100 seeks to recognise the individuals who are shaping the future of Britain’s digital industry. There are 11 categories, allowing BIMA to honour a well-rounded list of the individuals really nailing it in our industry.
Launched in 2017 the Pitch Superwomen initiative, the yearly list of women working behind the scenes in the creative industry making things happen - plus Pitch Supermen in 2020. The Pitch Fanzine is fully-independent and funding is sought and raised from partnerships with brands who share the same ethos and values.