Natalie Trye

Digital Lead

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  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

About me

 

I'm a marketing and communications professional with 10+ years experience in Film, Publishing and mass market brands. Extensive digital expertise including; audience research, digital product development, content and communications strategy, social media marketing, analytics, business development and creative advertising campaigns. Basically, I'm into telling brand stories, and the creation of great content is my favourite way to do that.

Skills

 

  • Advertising
  • Film
  • Marketing PR
  • TV

Work history

Currently

Head of Digital Marketing & International

Sony Music

Mar 2015

2015

Digital Lead

The Academy Media Ltd

Aug 2014 - Apr 2015
  • Marketing and communications professional with 10+ years experience in Film, Publishing and mass market brands. Extensive digital expertise including; audience research, digital product development, content and communications strategy, social media marketing, analytics, business development and creative advertising campaigns.

2014

Digital Account Director

Think Jam

Aug 2006 - Jul 2014
  • Managed the strategic marketing, publicity, social and creative services within a leading marketing and communications agency. End to end management of integrated campaigns for entertainment brands (including research, strategy, project management, execution, pitching, reporting and analytics). Sole responsibility for client roster that included Paramount Pictures, Studiocanal, Lionsgate, Walt Disney Studios UK, Entertainment One and Universal Pictures. Broadened the agency offering to establish the Publishing sector as a new vertical for the company, building a dedicated team to secure Penguin Random House, Bloomsbury, Little Brown, Hodder & Stoughton and Walker Books as regular clients.

Education

2002

Law

University of London

Sep 1999 - May 2002