Nigel Hunt

active 1 year, 4 months ago

Client List

Client List

CallisonRTKL, HOK, SOM, Aecom, Perkins and Will, Foster and Partners, Emaar, KPF, Zaha Hadid, Lend Lease, Brookfield

Details

Name

Nigel Hunt

Email

hello@brag.media

Media

Types of Work Performed

digital 3d, animation, mixed media

Other

Film Production

Artist Profile

Bio

Nigel Hunt – CEO
Black Rabbit Agency Group

Nigel has over 26 years in architecture, broadcast and film.
Nigel is responsible for the overall creative direction at BRAG. Under his leadership, the company has continued to expand into two distinct business sectors, high-end architectural visualisation and broadcast CGI/Visual Effects. He is committed to balancing the highest standards of artistry with commercial needs of business, delivering world class work that always exceeds client expectations. His hands on approach, knowledge and enthusiasm for all aspects of production have enabled BRAG to carve a niche beyond Visualisation related work.
With a career in Architectural Visualisation spanning more than 20 years, directing and producing more than 1800 projects, transferring this skill and knowledge to 10 years of television broadcast production has given him a meticulous eye for detail, which is demonstrated in the quality of our work.
He has extensive experience globally, with an emphasis on large scale master planning projects in the Middle East, producing more than 50 projects in 12 countries over 15 years. Most recently Nigel has been working with the Kuwaiti, Saudi Arabia and Egyptian governments on national mega projects and future city planning.
Prior to starting BRAG in 2016, he owned and ran Glowfrog for 20 years, a production studio specialising in global architectural visualisation and visual effects.
Between 1998-2001, he cofounded and was CEO of software 3D company, ReplicaNation. Under his leadership, the online company employed 65 staff on 4 continents and had 20,000 active users of the 3D asset website.
Nigel trained as an Architect and worked in both architecture and interior design before moving into visualisation as an early pioneer in 1994. He studied architecture and graphic design in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

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