Not To Scale expands its live-action capabilities with new, bespoke studio and Executive Producer bringing more than 15 years’ experience working with brands including Adidas, Corona, Honda, Mastercard and Alexander McQueen.
Film and animation content production company Not To Scale Amsterdam announces that Emily Scott has been appointed the new Executive Producer and leader of its brand-new Amsterdam studio. After upscaling from their office on Herengracht to a new large bespoke studio along Keizersgracht, the business is preparing for even busier times ahead within the Dutch and European markets and widening their live-action capabilities.
Scott is an experienced and talented producer, working at production companies in both London and Amsterdam for the last 15 years from which she has built an extensive network of contacts. Born and bred in London before moving to Amsterdam to work at Fat Fred’s production company eight years ago, she comes with a wealth of knowledge and know-how to both the role and how the Dutch and European markets operate. Besides being an absolutely dedicated and trustworthy producer, Scott has also worked with a plethora of brands including the likes of Adidas, Corona, Honda, Mastercard, Alexander McQueen and is currently working with Not To Scale’s roster alongside We Are Pi, 180, Vice Media and more.
“Emily is the perfect fit for our Amsterdam studio, bringing a charming and confident demeanor born out of a wealth of production knowledge gleaned from working for some of London & Amsterdam’s top production companies,” said Not to Scale founder Dan O’Rourke. “We are extremely excited about our expansion in Amsterdam and the rest of Europe and even more so with Emily’s leadership.”
“Not To Scale had always interested me with its exciting roster of creative talent and highly regarded reputation,” said Scott. “After meeting with Dan and hearing his vision for the Amsterdam office and Not To Scale globally, I felt this was really a position I could thrive in. It was an unmissable opportunity to join such a dynamic production company. I really look forward to being part of the Not To Scale family and representing the great work they do.”
Source: Not to Scale