The Mill promotes Rebecca Perry, Nicole Duncan and Angela Toner to senior producers
Years of experience between Perry, Duncan and Toner bring a new level of expertise to The Mill.
With an outstanding amount of experience between 4, Toner, Perry and Duncan are all intrinsic to the London Studio. Their skill sets span across growing areas of The MIll including design, VFX and creative technology.
With almost a decade’s worth of industry experience, Duncan regularly works with acclaimed directors such as FILFURY, Jeff Lowe and Sara Dunlop. She is currently producing a number of The Mill’s highest profile design projects including the latest collaboration between EA sports and Adidas which features a host of renowned football stars alongside explosive visuals. She has also produced a number of complex creative technology pieces such as Nike Mercurial and Lush’s experimental Spa Film.
Perry's passion for animation is second to none and has meant she’s built an incredible reputation amongst artists and clients alike for her diligence and attention to detail. She has an incredible repertoire of work to her name including unforgettable spots such as the Official Trailer for Wizards Unite, BBC 2’s multi-award winning Idents, Three’s loveable Puggerfly and Audible Mindful Moments.
Having worked in the industry for over 15 years, Toner is fountain of VFX knowledge having worked on a huge variety of projects. Angela has collaborated with renowned Directors such as Simon Ratigan, James Marsh and Billy Boyd Cape.Toner has also worked with an impressive number of brands including Amazon, Audi, Barclays, Converse, Google, Huawei and Virgin, to name just a few.
Head of Production & Client Partnerships Cat Hammond adds ‘Angela, Becca and Nicole are crucial members of Production. Their diverse skills, outstanding work ethic and broad knowledge of the industry has lead them to brilliant success at The Mill. Collectively producing some of our most unforgettable spots such as Nike Mercurial, Wizards Unite Official Trailer and ITV Television our team simply couldn’t run without these three.'