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Siren Productions is a production company engaged from initial concept to final delivery, producing broadcast and online content for a variety of clients. Our objective is simple: to work across a range of disciplines and subject matters, combining our experience with an energy, creativity and bold aesthetic on each production.

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Siren Productions is a production company engaged from initial concept to final delivery, producing broadcast and online content for a variety of clients. Our objective is simple: to work across a range of disciplines and subject matters, combining our experience with an energy, creativity and bold aesthetic on each production.

Following an award‐winning career in advertising, Nick Walters left to begin a new career as a director. He started with music video and live music, winning music video competitions and directing multi‐camera performances for TV and online featuring artists such as Foals, Friendly Fires, Manic Street Preachers, Tinie Tempah and Amy Winehouse. Since then his creativity and technical ability has enabled him to excel across a unique range of disciplines including live TV, promos, series, one-off documentaries, animation and multi-camera performance whilst his eclectic interests have lead him to cover diverse subject matters, from classical music to the use of violent imagery in news media. His recent focus has been on arts programming, with work including directing the UK’s biggest arts prize, The Turner Prize, for Channel 4 and working with BAFTA productions on a series of award-winning screenwriters for Sky. He has also produced and directed over 30 short film commissions, both factual and fictional, for broadcasters and brands. At the same time he has continued to produce and direct music content, including directing the first ever live stream of a UK festival (Bestival) for YouTube.

Yolanda Neri began as a production manager at CTV, Europe's leading outside broadcast facilities company, working within the entertainment department on major award shows, concerts, reality programmes and music festivals. She later moved to BAFTA to become content producer overseeing all of their in-house productions for their five award strands whilst also leading the production on all their learning and events. Producing short form and long form content for online as well as TV, she was lucky enough to work with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Deciding to freelance, she has worked for a number of production companies where she has line produced and production managed several high profile projects including Mumford and Sons - Road to Red Rocks DVD, Foals live at the Royal Albert Hall DVD, Converse 100 Club gigs and most recently the new Bill Bailey Live Stand DVD show - Qualmpeddler.