About Us

Nomad is a London based production company with a global outlook.

We specialise in creating television and radio (video/audio) programmes for education, sustainable development and peace-building.

Nomad draws on a team of programme makers with a wealth of international production and reporting experience.

We offer production services, production training and media consultancy to clients in the UK and internationally.


Sierra Leone


"Nomad produced an outstanding nationwide TV and radio HIV/AIDS prevention campaign for UNICEF UK for use throughout Sierra Leone. The spots were an important component of UNICEF Sierra Leone's HIV/AIDS prevention work in collaboration with the Government of Sierra Leone. The focus was on reaching young people with the aim of changing risky behaviour. 
We chose to work with Nomad because of their strong work at grassroots level in Africa - capturing and reflecting the voices of normal people in an original and compelling way. UNICEF brought on board three well known Manchester United players (Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs and Patrice Evra) to deliver the messages. Nomad brought on board their local knowledge of Sierra Leone and West Africa and were able to tailor the creative to ensure maximum resonance with young Sierra Leoneans. It was crucial to us that the messages had the greatest chance of actually changing behaviour and we were looking to Nomad to help us achieve this. Nomad helped shape the messaging and secured the most popular Sierra Leonean musician to record the background music. This was a huge asset for the success of the campaign.
Nomad were extremely professional and easy to work with - from filming with the players at Old Trafford in a tight time-frame to offering advice at all times on the broader campaign which also included billboards. I would highly recommend working with Nomad for their personal approach and commitment to understanding the brief and developing a creative that is original and never forgets the target audience"
Lara Schlotterbeck, Head of Media UNICEF UK
May 2008