Mentor: Stuart Menzies, December Media
Nicole Miller is an Adelaide-based producer and director, with an interest spanning across all areas of the filmmaking process. Since graduating from Flinders University in 2012, Nicole has worked at 57 Films across a range of corporate promotional campaigns and content, television commercials and factual creative projects.
In 2016, Nicole produced/directed The AFL Show for the Port Adelaide Football Club, a 25-episode series introducing football to a Chinese audience, which broadcast on CCTV5+ to audiences across China. Nicole also produced/directed the pilot program Power Dreaming, exploring the power of football, the programs run by the PAFC, education and role models in driving a positive change for Indigenous youth in Australia, which aired locally on Channel 7.
Nicole was recently selected for the Access@AIDC Internship to undergo a 4-week paid internship with Pulse Films in London where she worked across a number of projects in development.
Currently, Nicole is working as associate producer for Series 2 of Chef Exchange (QTV, CCTV), recently completing the first block of shooting in China and is in development on a factual television series in development with the South Australian Film Corporation. Outside of factual, she has a strong interest in narrative storytelling and comedy and is involved in the Comedy Incubator program, developing a pilot for Princess Pictures.
Nicole seeks to continuously gain experience and improve her craft to be able to tell unique stories, across both factual and drama, that contribute to the landscape of Australian stories.