Paul Birtwhistle joins Nest as Senior 3D Designer

Another talented egg has been added to the Nest, for the second time this year the team has expanded by appointing Paul Birtwhistle as Senior 3D Designer. 

Paul graduated from Salford University in 2007 with a BA(Hons) degree in Interior Design. He then developed his skills within bar, hotel and restaurant design for a couple of years before joining an exhibition design and build company where he worked his way up from a junior designer to leading a creative team and delivering pitches for clients globally.

Paul said, “Nest has creativity at the heart of its business and it excites me to be joining such a forward thinking team. I look forward to pushing those design boundaries further and delivering outstanding projects for our clients.”

Hayley Reynolds joins Nest as Project Manager

Nest Studios are happy to announce that Hayley Reynolds has been appointed as Project Manager. She joins the already expanding team in Warwick. 

Since graduating from the University of Brighton, Hayley has applied her skills and passion for Interior Architecture to the exhibition and events industry. After gaining valuable experience both designing and project managing a range of exhibition stands for popular sporting hospitality suites, Hayley decided to join our team at Nest Studios

She has been given the opportunity to combine her previous experience and develop a successful career managing our wide range of exciting projects. 

We believe that with her existing skill set in meeting client and project satisfaction along with her eye for creativity and detail, she will be a great asset to the team.

Hayley said, “I cannot wait to immerse myself in the exciting projects on offer at Nest Studio’s. With the excellent level of expertise, creativity and operational systems in place, I can see myself growing successfully within a strong team.”

Stephanie Reed Joins Nest as Project Manager

Nest Studios has expanded their project management team this summer by appointing new PM, Stephanie Reed.

Since graduating from Coventry University Steph has built a diverse career in the event industry. She has worked in catering and hospitality, organised several public events (including three annual Food Festivals and Christmas Ice Rinks) and more recently project managed the delivery of several exhibition stands at some of the UK’s largest outdoor trade shows and Sporting events.

With an understanding of the different aspects and stakeholders involved in bringing a project together for completion and meeting client satisfaction, Steph will be a great addition to the team.

Steph said “I’m looking forward to working alongside all those at Nest to deliver some exciting, cutting edge projects with a fantastic design and operational team”.

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day

Nest Studios took part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. To donate go to or text TEAMNEST to 70050

Check out our team photo –

Back row left to right – Dimitris, Helen, Neil, Clare, Matilda,  Alan,

Front row left to right – Scott, Mark, Jason, Louise

…and not forgetting Humphrey the dog!!

Merry Christmas from Nest Studios 🙂

Neil Cameron appointed as Head of Operations

Nest Studios are proud to announce that Neil Cameron has been appointed as head of operations starting the 1st of December 2014. 

Neil has over 25 years of experience in the exhibition industry delivering 500+ projects around the world predominantly within the Mobile Technology, Aerospace and Financial sectors.

As head of operations Neil will be heading up and aiding the further expansion of the project management team, streamlining the project delivery process and therefore increasing our clients experience.

Neil’s eye for detail and international network of trusted partners will help Nest Studios further increase our level of service to both current and future clients.

We’re really excited to welcome Neil to our expanding Nest team.

Dental Insider Magazine

Recently Nest was asked to write an article for the Dental Insider Magazine. The article was aimed to give advice to the dental industry on how to get the most out of live events.

You can read the full published article here