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BLMG UPS NICOLE FLAMMIA
2/11/21

Big Machine Label Group has upped Nicole Flammia to VP, Creative Photo & Video Production.

In her new role, she will continue to work closely with BMLG’s roster of artists and their management teams to produce music videos, photoshoots and content. 

“Nicole has been a true leader and creative force at Big Machine Label Group. Her dedication, hard work ethic and production mindset has greatly contributed to the success of our creative content,” said BMLG Creative Team SVP, Sandi Spika Borchetta.,

“I’m so grateful to be a part of a company that pushes boundaries, embraces creativity and continues to evolve in our industry,” added Flammia. “I’ve learned and grown so much over these last six years and I look forward to be able to contribute to our future. Thank you to Sandi and Scott Borchetta for this opportunity and their continued support.”

Belmont University alum Flammia first joined BMLG in 2015 with a background in video production. Her work has resulted in multiple CMA and ACM award wins and nominations for videos including Thomas Rhett’s “Remember You Young,” Lady A’s “What If I Never Get Over You,” Carly Pearce’s “I Hope You’re Happy Now” and Sugarland’s “Babe.”