BDP NAMES NICOLE WASSERMAN AS NEW EP
Los Angeles/Chicago-based commercial production company BDP (Big Deahl Productions) has announced that Nicole Wasserman will be coming on board in the role of executive producer, beginning May 7th, 2018.
Big Deahl Productions director and founder David Deahl is excited to welcome Wasserman to BDP saying, “Nicole is armed with the experience and networking ability to take BDP to the next level. She’s smart and very personable! I look forward to creating a working synergy that energizes our team and our clients.”
Wasserman was previously the director of sales at boutique editorial house Beast Editorial, and then moved into music production with studio Elias Arts where she assumed the position of executive producer. While at Elias Arts, Wasserman oversaw notable campaigns like the Apple Watch, Nike+ and Kevin Hart partnership in 2017, and last year’s National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup campaign, which won a Bronze Clio. Additional clients have included Microsoft, Google, Dunkin Donuts, Pepsi, Kraft, and Hyundai.
” I am excited to dive into the tabletop production world, I couldn’t imagine entering that space working with anyone other than David,” Wasserman says of her move to BDP. “I’ve built so many great relationships in post-production over the years, bringing those experiences and expanding into the production space feels right.”
Big Deahl Productions is one of the industry’s most decorated tabletop production houses, with multiple Clio and Addy awards under its belt.
Deahl teamed up with accomplished director Todd Klein (formerly of Silent Partners) to form the beginning of a tabletop consortium representing directors with their own unique blends of high-speed, food, beverage, product, and live action. BDP has an impressive list of clients including McDonald’s, Coca Cola, Budweiser, Sara Lee, Kellogg’s, and other notable national brands.
BDP shoots for clients coast to coast, and has expanded its global reach, helming shoots in cities like Tokyo, Dubai, Milan, Mexico City, and Moscow.