Creative Lives — Nexus’ creative producer Beccy McCray on going from a “university slacker to pulling my socks up overnight”

Posted 25 April 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Bringing the right team together to make “cool, creative things happen”. This is how Beccy McCray describes her job as Creative Producer at Nexus, one of the UK’s largest digital studios – a role that has developed over the ten years she has been at the studio. Today, Beccy oversees entire productions from inception to delivery, and has worked on films, animation, online and even augmented and virtual reality projects. When she’s not helping pioneer new film techniques, she’s a self-confessed artist-activist working as part of the Crafternoon Tea Club collective with the aim of creating a more sustainable and socially just future. We caught up with Beccy as she talks placements, picking up new skills and sheer perseverance.

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