Fabio Nardo has joined Australian production company Digital Pulse in the role of Creative Director.
The award-winning TVC director has a body of work which includes campaigns such as Demazin’s “man-flu” character and the bouncy birds for Bird’s Eye. He has also worked for well-known brands such as Eveready, Lexus, Toyota, Ford and Hyundai.
Digital Pulse Managing Director Brett Heil said, “Fabio is widely recognised for his cinematic visuals and the seamless integration of visual effects into live action.”
“His extensive experience designing and directing high-end television commercials will be a valuable asset to Digital Pulse as it aspires to provide the highest quality end-to-end post production services to Australian and international clients.”
“Fabio’s experience and expertise adds momentum to our team’s passion and creativity to produce and deliver engaging and powerful messages.”
Before joining Digital Pulse, Nardo worked both freelance as a TVC director and in-house with Filmgraphics Entertainment as a designer.
Nardo is also an acclaimed illustrator and has contributed to works such as the popular children’s book Rosie’s Really a Country Dog by Ann Carrigy.
Of joining the production house, Nardo says, “Digital Pulse has a great vision and it’s exciting for me to play a key role in a studio that is driven by design.
“I’m thrilled to join a company which has the insight to involve post production experience from the conception of any project in order to deliver the most outstanding and efficient creative and design outcomes.”