NicNak Media specialises in artist management, music publicity and media training.
NicNak's management roster includes electro-pop artist Theia, and dance duo Chores.
NicNak also offers mentoring to independent and/or self-managed artists.
Current and past publicity clients include: BMG (Fergie, Morrissey, A Perfect Circle. The Prodigy, Avril Lavigne), Future Classic (Flume, Nick Murphy), Kobalt (Lauv), MJR Presents , Eccles Entertainment , DRW Entertainment , Audiology , Talk Later , Pato Entertainment , Twice the Hype; and artists / bands: Avalanche City, BAYNK, The Tesky Brothers , TEEKS , Mel Parsons , Hollie Smith , Tomorrow People , Three Houses Down feat. General Fiyah, Frills, Jed Parsons, Sophie Mashlan, Kendall Elise and Racing.
Recent live projects and festivals include: Bay Dreams Festival 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019; One Love Festival 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019; Sia ‘Nostalgia For The Present’ Stadium Tour - Mt Smart, December 2017; Bryan Adams New Zealand Summer Tour 2018, 2019
MEET THE TEAM:
Nicole is the founder and director of NicNak Media, which she launched in August 2015.
She has more than 20 years experience in the entertainment and media industries in Australia and NZ, including eight years in publicity and promotions at Warner Music New Zealand. Prior to that she worked in publicity at TVNZ and before that, she was the editor of Girlfriend NZ Magazine.
Likes: Music and Life.
Dislikes: Racism and Sexism, actually prejudice full stop.
Favourite Genres: Pop, Rock, Soul.
Favourite Artists: Beyonce, Pink Floyd, Kylie Minogue, King Princess, Guns N Roses, Lady Gaga.
Best concerts attended: Beyonce, Tina Turner, Roger Waters (The Wall), Lady Gaga, Prince, Kate Bush, Fleetwood Mac.
Reading: You Are A Badass - Jen Sincero.
Watching: Killing Eve season two.
Eating: Whittaker’s Coconut Chocolate - omg yum!
Listening to: Billie Eilish, Lizzo.
Paula Yeoman joined NicNak as a co-director in June 2016.
Paula has worked in media for more than 20 years in the UK and NZ. In the UK, she specialised in youth media. Her most recent roles include six years as the Assistant Head of News at RadioLIVE and eight years as the music writer for the Herald on Sunda