Streamer associates work with Directors to contribute their expertise in content creation, digital delivery and analysis

Collaboration and commitment

Founded by Kate Scott and Bill Nicholson, streamer began as a niche creative practice with a strength in corporate histories and reports. Nearly two decades later our clients value our focused approach in supporting them as they grow and evolve across many different spaces and sectors.

We start your project with the skills and capabilities you really need, engaging our associates and partners at key points to deliver a wide-ranging and relevant suite of services.

Meet Streamer’s directors

Kate Scott

Kate is founder and co-director of Streamer. She works closely and collaboratively with her clients to unlock the opportunities to engage across systems and sectors improving stakeholder ownership and securing private and public sector interest.

Kate’s clients have launched deeply complex initiatives on a global stage, attracted the funding to scale social enterprises and strengthened the sustainability of their organisations, startups and programs.

Kate designed and delivered strategies and corporate communications for Rio Tinto for seven years. She supported the development and launch of dozens of social and environmental initiatives and partnerships (with the IUCN, the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre and the AFL).

She has led engagement methods, re-brand strategies and creative campaigns for clients working through the full gamut of complex change initiatives. The University of Melbourne, FYA, The Government’s Australian Volunteers Program (with AVI) and Museum Victoria have all engaged Kate’s expertise over several years to strengthen their value proposition, secure funding, build new narratives and creatively develop their brands.

From 2018, Kate has been a strategic partner in the design and development of a number of social and educational change initiatives of national significance. In collaboration with executives across philanthropy, the social sector and in collaboration with corporate partners, Kate has developed stakeholder engagement strategies and presentation methods to help her clients pitch and win.

Kate’s methods are rigorously tested with the continually changing environments that organisations operate within. She listens carefully and responds with innovative proposals that can be celebrated, rewarded and measured.

Bill Nicholson

Bill Nicholson is co-director of Streamer. He has a science and creative arts background and works closely with Streamer’s clients to design, implement and deliver a coordinated and cohesive range of products, experiences and services.

Bill has developed innovative methods to visually translate complex ideas, using design thinking, maps, graphics data and new media tools. He is a highly regarded illustrator and technical problem solver and a key support to Streamer’s clients and professional teams.

Bill has designed visual identities, websites and interactive presentations for leaders at The City of Melbourne, the Australian College of Anaesthetists, Inner South Community Health, Nexus Primary Health and Rio Tinto. In 2016 he designed and coordinated Rio Tinto’s quarterly global Spirit magazine in two languages with over 45,000 copies distributed in four continents.

He was also pivotal in the design and development of a number of corporate publications including Monash University’s 50th anniversary and the 150 year history of the architecture firm Bates Smart.

Bill has also developed high quality visual stories for several award winning exhibitions at both Melbourne Museum and the Immigration Museum.