Blurring the lines between traditional narrative and documentary style, Nina Meredith’s work is visually arresting from frame one. She’s constantly exploring new techniques and pushing the style of her work to create a dynamic and filmic cutting edge genre. Yet throughout these efforts, she maintains a deep, intimate connection with her subjects, whether real people or actors. She credits her education as a fine artist, including portraiture in film and photography, for helping to define her visual style.
Meredith’s work has been recognized both nationally and internationally by the Cannes Lions, Webbys, Clios, Andys, D&AD, One Show and Tellys, and she was featured in SHOOT’S 2018 New Director Showcase. She has written, produced and directed content in over 30 countries for some of the world’s largest brands including Nike, BVLGARI, The Olympic Channel, Intel, SoundCloud and more.
Nina documented the personal story of actor Michael B. Jordan in the film “Grounded” for Nike, which has since garnered nearly half a million views on Youtube. Her work for the Olympic Channel included the documentary, “The Margaret Lambert Story,” an international film festival selection, and her Webby winning series “Identify” which received wide-reaching critical acclaim, tells the story of five exceptional transgender athletes. In addition, Nina created and executed over 10 hours of original content for the Olympic Channel which was produced in over 15 countries.
For Tribeca Studios + BVLGARI, Meredith directed “The Litas,” a short film about an all Italian female motorcycle collective that profiles members going against the grain in pursuit of professions and passions that are traditionally held by men.
Prior to directing, Meredith was a producer at Droga5 and DDB before joining Vice Media as a producer turned director in the branded content division.
Meredith is a potter, a reader, a gardener and the proud “parent” of her Schnoodle, Stella.
She is a fan of the late Nora Ephron, and tries to embody Ephron’s advice when she said, “I hope you will find some way to break the rules and make a little trouble out there. And I also hope that you will choose to make some of that trouble on behalf of women.”