Camille Eden

Camille Eden joined Nickelodeon as Vice President, Recruitment, Talent Development and Outreach in January 2020, where she leads the recruitment for Nickelodeon Animation, finding and placing new talent that will help develop a growing slate of series and feature productions. Prior to her current role, Eden spent nearly a decade at Walt Disney Animation Studios as a talent acquisition and outreach manager. There, she built a reputation for promoting diverse and inclusive hiring practices while helping staff projects like Frozen and Frozen 2, Wreck-it Ralph, Moana and Big Hero 6. Additionally, she’s worked across recruitment and production at Sony Pictures Imageworks, DreamWorks and her current home, Nickelodeon. Since returning to Nickelodeon, Eden has developed a recruitment culture for the studio and continued her work in bringing a diverse lens to hiring the best talent at all levels, partnering with internal departments on learning growth and development and sharing with the world what an amazing place Nickelodeon Animation is to work. Eden’s team has staffed roles on both big kids and preschool animation across television and movies, including SpongeBob SquarePants, The Patrick Star Show, Rugrats, Big Nate, Star Trek: Prodigy, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Monster High, Transformers: EarthSpark and many more to come.

Participant Schedule

Saturday 10/15


The Future of Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Paramount Pictures Animation

Saturday 10/15 2:30PM - 3:30PM Room 101

Camille Eden, Emily Nordwind, Kari Kim, Nellie Tehrani

With Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Paramount Animation now under the direction of Ramsey Naito, these two iconic legacy brands have come together as one big animation team. While still operating independently, these two studios going forward will share content and resources. What exactly does this mean for content coming out of these studios, and how will it impact staffing for productions? Representatives from both studios will detail what this means for viewers, job seekers, and the studios themselves.