Australian production powerhouse Digital Pulse has announced the appointment of Tracey Taylor who joins the team as Executive Producer.
Taylor’s appointment follows hot on the heels of last month’s appointment of acclaimed creative director Fabio Nardo.
Managing Director Brett Heil said Taylor would be a valuable asset to the growing team, bringing 20 years of comprehensive experience in high-end experiential media, ceremonies, general content and TVC.
“Digital Pulse is on a growth trajectory and Tracey’s skills are a great complement to our service expansion strategy. Tracey has extensive experience working on a wide range of high calibre international projects and her appointment will further strengthen our management and production strength,” Mr Heil said.
Taylor has worked on the Alfa-Show 4D, the world’s largest 4D projection mapping project, as well as the opening ceremonies for the Beijing Olympics and Vancouver Winter Olympics. Closer to home she has worked on the opening ceremony for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and Hairspray the musical.
Taylor said she was motivated by the passion, skills and vision of the Digital Pulse team.
“Digital Pulse offers me the opportunity to use my skills and experience to complement and build a truly innovative and creative environment. I’m looking forward to contributing to the realisation of Brett’s innovative vision,” said Taylor.
Taylor will have overall responsibility for project execution, quality management and client satisfaction.
Digital Pulse’s extensive track record includes high calibre projects such as the spectacular Opening Ceremony of the Arab games in Doha, Hewlett Packard’s Ultrabook Envy Laptop Launch and the augmented reality experience presented at the Australian Trade Commission VIP event at the London Olympic Games.
Source: Digital Pulse