New faces on board at The Collectv

The Collectv, the Emmy award-winning broadcast solutions and workflows consultancy, is pleased to announce two new appointments to its UK team. Both based at the company’s London office, Nick Long joins as Project Manager, and Amy Kellie takes up the role of Operations Assistant.

Nick Long, Project Manager

Working independently in film, TV and video for over twenty years, Nick’s background in Post Production and Finishing has informed his work as a Producer and Technical Lead on projects. Being based at Pinewood Studios for many years has seen Nick immersed in the heart of the industry and given him a chance to produce programming for many UK and international broadcasters and brands – ranging from documentaries, Live multi-camera shows, TV pilots and video content for Broadcasters and online distributors, to independent feature films and short-form narrative films.

A background in Post Production and Broadcast Engineering means that Nick is very adept at designing and implementing workflows, processes and equipment across a range of departments in the broadcast television and film worlds. Nick’s projects have picked up several judge and audience awards internationally.

Amy Kellie, Operations Assistant

Amy joins The Collectv team with a background working across commercials, events and conferences. Having studied Film and TV Production at the University of Greenwich, she gained technical knowledge of production equipment working in a kit room alongside her studies. Since graduating, she has organised commercials for small businesses and coordinated multiple concerts and conferences within the sound-image sector. Eager to develop her skills to execute large scale projects and deliver excellent customer service, Amy is excited to grow her knowledge and skillset with us at The Collectv.

“We’re delighted to be welcoming Nick and Amy to our team. Expanding the crew is a great way to close out a year that’s continued to see increased demand for managed services in the broadcast industry”, says Chris Sarson, MD and co-owner of The Collectv. “We fully expect 2022 to maintain this growth. In order to continue delivering the best solutions for our clients means investing in the right team to help us achieve this and make TV happen.”

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