• Oliver Warren

    CEO & Creative Director-At-Large

    An internationally recognized and awarded writer/director, Oliver Warren founded Dingo Bill in 2010 as a new kind of film production company designed around the demands of the digital creative economy.

    Oliver has 20 years experience in commercial filmmaking, focusing on delivering compelling, effective storytelling for digital platforms and channels. Oliver has worked with agencies that include JWT, AKQA, Publicis and Dentsu Aegis digital shop Isobar for clients like Nike, Huawei, Swarovski, Conde Nast among others.

    As Dingo Bill’s CEO and Creative Director at Large, Oliver currently splits his time between the company’s London and New York offices, offering oversight and creative direction on key projects globally.

  • Jacob Madsen

    Executive Producer

    Jacob joined Dingo Bill in 2014, bringing with him 15 years international film production experience. Jacob’s career began in music, running productions for artists like Richard Ashcroft, Snow Patrol and Supergrass among others.

    Jacob then moved into advertising, working with agencies including BBH, AMV, Mother and Saatchi and Saatchi on productions for brands like HSBC, McDonald’s, Sainsbury’s and VW.

    Jacob made the move to Dingo Bill having recognised that the the digital sector offered an opportunity to exploit his experience in a fast-growing, dynamic and creatively fertile environment.

  • Chantelle Pitt

    Head of New Business

    Chantelle has spent half a decade collaborating closely with the UK and Europe’s top 50 creative agencies and brands to bring great ideas and brilliant production together.

    Having emerged from the world of fashion, beauty and long-form documentary content, Chantelle has built an impressive track record in technology and content for social channels.

    Chantelle joined Dingo Bill in 2016 and works across both our London and Amsterdam offices.

  • Nick Bailey

    Chairman & CCO

    Nick has built an enviable reputation over 20 years leading creative output at some of the world’s most successful and awarded digital creative agencies.

    After cutting his teeth in the agency start-up world in the late 1990s, Nick spent four years at Oyster (later LBi) followed by an 8 year tenure at AKQA in both London and Amsterdam, where he was ECD. Here, Nick was responsible for some of the agency’s most celebrated work, including Nike Photo iD, Nike Bootcamp and the multi-award-winning Heineken Star Player.

    He later joined Dentsu Aegis creative agency Isobar as ECD and was quickly promoted to the combined role of CEO/ECD, a post he held for 2-and-a-half years and during which time he oversaw a period of rapid growth for the agency, winning multiple pitches including the Sony World Cup 2014 global advertising brief and global product launch work for Huawei.