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Nicole Hobday

Nicole Hobday



Atlanta, GA

After spending the last three years in the film and television industry, I've decided to pursue my dream of starting my own business.




"The only failure is quitting. Everything else is just gathering information." -Jen Sincero, You Are A Badass



Currently in conceptual stages, Wanderly will be a worldwide travel empire that creates affordable travel experiences for enthusiastic explorers. It will establish a line of safe, reliable hostels and engage local culture, promote volunteer work in destinations around the world, and serve as a network for explorers all around the world to connect.

Drexel University

Bachelor of Science, Film and Video Production

Drexel University challenged me with a rigorous 10-week, 4-term system as opposed to the standard two-semester structure of most universities. It's hands-on curriculum gave me a very well-rounded education, and it's co-op opportunities and location in the heart if Philadelphia graced me with world experiences and intense personal growth.

Captain America 3: Civil War

Production Assistant, AD Dept. 2nd Unit

I had the pleasure of working on the action-packed Captain America: Civil War. I really enjoyed getting to see some unique filming processes I had not previously experienced, and gained more experience in how to maintain a safe set, particularly where stunts and explosives are involved.

The Walking Dead, Season 6

Additional Production Assistant, AD Dept., 2nd Unit

Most recently I have been called in to the set of The Walking Dead, adding to the production team when they need more help. It's a unique pleasure to work on a set that is so experienced, so in tune. It's a well-oiled machine, and it's an honor to work on such quality storytelling material.


Production Assistant, AD Dept.

As a production assistant on the Best Picture Nominee, Selma, I experienced one of the most demanding challenges of my life. I was thrown into a massive, hectic production, into a position I was wholly unfamiliar with. In a set plagued with a frantic atmosphere and stressful challenges, I had to learn via trial-by-fire, and came out the other side battered and bruised but so much stronger. This production has made me one of the tougher PAs in town.

Resurrection, Season 2

Production Assistant, AD Dept.

Resurrection was my first full-time position on a television season. It was a long run, but provided the perfect environment to learn all the steps and cogs of the media-production machine. Though weak writing led to a cancellation of the series, our department worked incredibly hard and by the end of it I was vastly more experienced and confident than I had been. The team that helped groom me on that show remain some of my close friends and colleagues.