Victoria Neeson, formally Global Head of Multimedia at Dresdner Kleinwort, joined Dreamtek as a Director in 2010. In her previous role, spanning ten years, she was responsible for developing and expanding a reputable multimedia function providing global coverage to a significant end user and customer base. Victoria implemented a global conferencing service and a broadcast, production and post-production facility at Dresdner. Prior to this she spent 8 years at Reuters, establishing and implementing a global videoconferencing service. In 2006, Victoria was also responsible for managing the multi-media project for Dresdner Kleinwort’s London Headquarters relocation to 30 Gresham Street.
Victoria has led the development of Dreamtek’s consultancy services, greatly expanding our provision of integrated media solutions. She has widened the portfolio of products and services we currently offer whilst maintaining our current customer relationships. Victoria has spent the past two years heading the Dreamtek Talent business, which has become a global entity within the Dreamtek Group. Victoria recently relocated to New York to expand the Dreamtek Talent business in the Americas.
Garrett was born in the north of Canada in Labrador city in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. He graduated from the memorial university of Newfoundland with the intention to be a lawyer. A years back packing trip to Europe lead to a 20 year diversion into business development in the Creative Apple market and software markets that resulted in Garrett running his first business in 1997.
Since 1997 Garrett has run several high profile IT businesses with an increased focus on creativity and innovation now with being Director for Europe at Dreamtek, and Commercial Director at our sister company The Virtual Forge along side several current non executive directorships
Global Staffing Operations Manager
Claire spent 8 years working as a PA/Account Manager in a Graphic Design Agency before becoming an Owner/Director of an online Travel Agency in charge of the HR Department. Claire has been with Dreamtek since April 2012 and is the Global StaffingOperations Manager.
Business Manager - Video
Dharmesh Makwana joined Dreamtek in 2011 and is business manager for video. Tasked with growing the video production business and is account manager for a number of key clients including Google, Legal and General and Mindshare (WPP).
In the last 12 months the production team have produced over 50 productions and clocked in over 5 million views. From productions as varied as filming the MD of Google UK to a live stream from Buckingham Palace.
In his spare time Dharmesh keeps himself busy helping looking after his baby boy, combined with whipping up the odd vegetarian feast and dodging his MD’s repeated invites to partake in gruelling obstacle courses.
Talent Acquisition & Account Manager (UK/EMEA)
Tom Fisher, formally Directors’ Rep at River Film, joined Dreamtek as a Talent Acquisition & Account Manager EMEA in May 2015. In his previous role he was responsible for the acquisition and management of TVC and feature film Directors. Within a year Tom had managed to negotiate the signings of multi-awarded Directors such as Andy Soup, Norman Hafezi, Omar Hilal & Samuel Bayer, to name but a few. During his tenure, he was also responsible for launching River Films creative arm, Noosh.tv, which helped position the company as a commercial platform for new and established Directors.
Prior to this he spent 2 years working as a Global Accounts Manager for Media Business Insight which counts Shots, Broadcast & Screen International as its staple titles for the advertising, film & TV industries.
Since joining Dreamtek Tom has worked closely alongside Victoria to spearhead the Talent division and further expand the company's Global reach. Based full time in our London office, he has played a major role in helping establish relationships with our key clients and has provided invaluable support for all their freelance and permanent staffing needs.
As a keen golfer & tennis player, you are likely to find him sliding across clay courts or spending sunday afternoons at the 19th.