Has previously held roles at Absolute Post, Smoke & Mirrors, Glassworks and Golden Square
London studio UNIT has added Bumble Davis as an executive producer.
Bumble is an experienced producer with nearly 20 years of industry experience. She started out agency side, working for both FCB and Y&R, before moving to The Mill, where she worked with big name directing talent as Tom Hooper, Paul Street, and Duncan Jones.
She then had stints at other post production houses including: Absolute, Smoke & Mirrors and Glassworks where she was responsible for exec producing the highly awarded and talked about holographic installation of Kate Moss working closely with Steve McQueen.
Bumble also worked at Golden Square as head of production, producing work for Dawn Shadforth before moving to Framestore where she produced amongst other projects, the award-winning Barclaycard ‘Toys’ with Chris Palmer.
Some of her closer working relationships at production companies include Coronel Blimp, Gorgeous, Partizan, Outsider and Watchable.
Bumble says: “I feel like I’m joining UNIT at a really exciting time; capitalising on both the beautiful new Berners Mews building and a recent wealth of talented hires joining a highly experienced and creative team equips the business with a springboard to continue to produce outstanding work.
“I’m excited to hit the ground running and immediately working with Smuggler and director Nima Nourizadeh on Hot Chip’s new video for the very cool new release ‘Melody of Love’ has been a great way to get started. I’m also looking forward to launching the other projects I have in the making.”
UNIT MD Daniel Sapiano adds: “Bumble adds another dimension to our team, her level of experience across moving image & print and what she has achieved within these disciplines, as well as the client relationships she has means she fits perfectly into our vision for UNIT as we continue to expand our offering.
“I’ve known Bumble for many years and I’m thrilled that we are able to continue to add quality people to our growing family."