Eva Nagorski is an award-winning filmmaker and writer. She has written for NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Las Vegas" and "Deadline." She is also the author of The Down and Dirty Dish on Revenge (St. Martin's Press).
She worked as Head of Content for Nectar Studios, a branded content and storytelling company, with Mark Claywell. They produced such works as Rethreaded: Sewing A New Story and St. Augustine Music Festival 10th Anniversary, both of which won Gold at the 2016 and 2017 ADDY awards Jacksonville. Other clients have included AECOM, The Florida Lottery, Florida Prepaid, ABLE United, JEA, Enterprise Florida, Zaxby's, Southeastern Grocers, Bedsider, Skeeter Nut Free and JOAN Creative.
She has worked as an award-winning Creative Director and Copywriter with advertising agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather, OgilvyEntertainment, Williams Whittle and Deep Focus. At Ogilvy, she was Senior Writer, Producer and Creative Director. Clients included Philips (and as Creative Director for Philips Norelco #MakeYouHappen project, which won a Silver One Show pencil 2016, Cannes Lions Shortlist in Lions Entertainment 2016, Clios Shortlist in Film 2015), DuPont, Nationwide, Hellmann's, LG (as Creative Director), FM Global, Weight Watchers and British Airways. She was also a copywriter for Deep Focus (clients included HBO, Court TV, Picturehouse), and was part of DF's award-winning team that created "That Girl Emily," (winner, Cannes Lions 2007 Promo) Court TV's marketing campaign for the show, "Parco P.I." Writing a blog as "Emily," she received over two million hits in the first two weeks. In addition, she was Creative Director and producer of a video promo for the dating app, bTru, and has written copy for various websites, from schools to tennis clubs to architectural firms.
Other writing and producing credits include the award-winning short film, "solidarity.", screened at the New York Film Festival and other festivals worldwide; "Battling ED: A Teenager's Guide to Eating Disorders," with host Jamie-Lynn Sigler; a Civilian Studios short film, "Snapshot"; a trailer for Przemek Reut's film "City of Gold"; and a short documentary about the Polish Daily News, Nowy Dziennik. She has also produced promotional videos for clients such as the National Basketball Player's Association and Teacher's Discovery.
She served as the special coordinator for the promotion, outreach and screenings of the Smithsonian Channel's polio documentary, "A Shot To Save The World," with the Center for Disease Control, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Steeltown Entertainment Project, UNICEF, Rotary International and others.
She has translated Polish playwright, Janusz Glowacki's screenplays, such as "Billboard," "The Nose" (with Emir Kusturica), and The Fourth Sister," including the theatrical version (Samuel French). Her one-act play, "The Coat Rack," was published in Polish (translator: Glowacki) in the U.S. and Poland.
Eva has freelanced for American and Polish publications such as A4 Magazine, Picture Magazine, Warsaw Voice, Nowy Dziennik; was senior editor at Notorious magazine; social media director and editor of the fitness site Circuit25; an editor for the sales site, Juice in the City; correspondent for the luxury travel site Jetsetter; and the editor/features writer of musician Nile Rodgers' We Are Family Foundation's (WAFF) website. She has also worked with WAFF as a producer of their Three Dot Dash "Just Peace" global teen leader initiative, which involved working with various organizations as coalition partners, identifying teen leaders around the world, and facilitating opportunities for these teens who otherwise would not have them. She was also the audience curator for the 2013 & 2014 WAFF TEDxTeen series.
Other work experience includes: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Reader's Digest U.S. Video & TV and Golden Books, which published her children's books: Poky's Bathtime Adventure and Face Painting. She was the Screenplay Competition Director of the Nantucket Film Festival for twelve years, and previously, in Poland, she was co-director of the first nationwide screenplay competition, Nowy Scenario.
Eva has an international upbringing because her father, Andrew Nagorski, worked as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek. She lived in Hong Kong, Moscow, Rome, Bonn and Warsaw, and has traveled extensively. She graduated from Bowdoin College.