Digital Journalist . Filmmaker
Nichole Tan is a digital journalist and filmmaker based in London.
She started her career in television and news production at Beach House Pictures and CNBC International. She has worked across many different roles such as researcher, assistant producer, data wrangler and on-set production assistant. Her latest short documentary Feminist Collages: The Fight to be Seen, was an award-winning film at the ConnectHer Film Festival 2021. It was also featured on BBC News and their various social media platforms.
Nichole is also a digital journalist. After graduating from Goldsmiths, University of London with a MSc in Digital Journalism, she has continued to dedicate her time to honing her skills in data visualisation and interactive storytelling. Taking computer science courses in D3, React, and R in her free time, she hopes she will be able to create more interactive stories in the future.
Nowadays, Nichole works as a freelancer. She regularly works as a producer and camera operator for companies like BBC Arabic and JMNI Creative Agency. She was also a product specialist for motion graphics app, Alight Motion at the recent Mobile Journalism Festival in May.
Before moving to London, Nichole graduated from Nanyang Technological University with a BA (Hons) in History and a second major in Communications. She was born and raised in Singapore.