Director, Rattling Stick (US)/Circle Productions (Canada)/Outsider (UK)
Nina Meredith is an award-winning commercial and film director. Her work has received accolades from numerous festivals including the Tribeca Film Festival, Cannes Lions, Webbys, Clios, Andys, D&AD, One Show, Tellys and inducted into SHOOT’S 2018 New Director Showcase. Meredith was one of three females to direct a National 2021 Super Bowl commercial. She has directed commercials in over 30 countries for many of the world’s largest brands including Nike, Vogue, Ford, Porsche, Facebook, Levi's, Adidas, BVLGARI, and Audi among others.
Known for her authentic and gripping portraits, her films act as dynamic displays of color and intimacy. Born and raised in New Jersey, Meredith has always been creative and curious about the world around her. Her competitive spirit and passion for the arts took form in both athletic and artistic pursuit. She competed at the D1 collegiate level in Track & Field while earning a fine art diploma. She credits her formal education as a fine artist combined with her deep love for magic in helping define her craft.
Her acclaimed short, “The Margaret Lambert Story,” screened at more than 30 festivals worldwide, receiving honors including the “Life Celebration” award at Cleveland International Film Festival and best short film at Flickers’ Rhode Island Film Festival. Meredith’s film, “The Litas,” which explores the world of an all-female motorcycle collective in Rome, premiered on the opening night at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Meredith’s documentary series for The Olympic Channel “IDENTIFY,” profiles five transgender athletes and their inspiring journeys, aired on NBC and won a WEBBY for Film and Television. Her recent documentary “Mariah: A Boxer’s Dream” won two Webbys including the People's Voice Award and has screened at over 20 film festivals worldwide. The film follows teenage Native-American boxer and six-time national champion Mariah Bahe, as she embarks on her quest for Olympic gold. The film is currently in development to be a scripted feature.