Welcome to Shot Pot Productions. In our world we believe great creative shouldn’t be expensive and complicated. We specialise in the creation of video content, photography and design. Our ethos is simple: fantastic work, on time, on brand and on budget.

Shot Pot Productions provides a unique mix of big agency experience delivered with agility and efficiency, in a way that best suits our clients. Excellence, made to order.


So how do we do this?

We treat each job uniquely and handpick the best creative expertise to ensure the right people work on the right jobs. This process guarantees that we get the right talent, skills and experience to perfectly suit your brief. Our model not only ensures the best results, it eliminates any unnecessary costs, red tape and downtime often experienced in traditional agencies.

Our clients always work with a principle contact which means each one of them has direct and consistent access to our extensive industry knowledge, strategic insights and production expertise.


Niki Pont is founder and director of Shotpot Productions.
After 20 years of working in some of Australia’s biggest agencies (Mojo, DDB and JWT to name a few) and building relationships with major clients (such as Australia Post, Nestle and NAB) Niki realised there was a better way to service client needs.


So in 2014 Niki took her experience in account service, strategy and production and set out to create a no-nonsense approach to successful creative communications.  A new, lean offering delivering outstanding creative solutions which provide cut-through and traction.
Throughout her career Niki has worked alongside many talented and creative people in big agencies. From these, she has handpicked a portfolio of talent that she knows will excel in a wide variety of communications challenges. It’s these relationships that set Shot Pot Productions apart. Niki can directly access the right people and skills depending on what your brief needs. This means you benefit from big agency experience but with a more agile and efficient approach.

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