Their interest in producing the Spinnaker film was borne of their concern for the health of our environment, especially for our oceans and the life within. As it is for most of us, we find it painful to watch the tragedy of climate change. We believe that film is the surest path to winning hearts and minds. And women are the best filmmakers. Now is the time.
As a director, Nadine is focused on creating stories that resonate politically and socially while also attaining entertainment value. Film and television projects include directing The Last One (Showtime), The Good Mother of Abangoh (Independent Documentary), The Best of the GLAAD Media Awards (MTV Networks), Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund (PSA Campaign) and Be an Ally, Be A Friend (GLAAD PSA Campaign).
Nadine produced Phil Allocco’s short film, Joseph Henry, which has traveled the festival circuit and won numerous awards. Executive Producer credits include the award-winning romantic comedy, The Truth About Lies, and the critically acclaimed documentary, Sidemen: Long Road to Glory.
Nadine is a partner of Red Thread, where her client list includes Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Bank of America, SAP, CBS, and History. As an Executive Producer, Nadine has led teams of writers, graphic designers, editors and multimedia programmers creating award winning national television commercials, promotion, interactive media, and corporate events. Projects for CBS, History, True Colors, Discovery Online, The Travel Channel, ABC, and Discovery Channel have won the PROMAX Gold Award, The Insight Award, The Telly Award, and The International Monitor Award.
Nadine began her career in the arts while achieving a B.F.A at New York Institute of Technology and pursuing work as a stage manager at independent theatre companies in the New York City theatrical community. Early work relationships include the Roundabout Theatre Company, The Writers’ Theatre, and Queens College Theatre at Colden Center.