GOOD BOY CO-FOUNDERS: NICK BROWN & JOSH FRACKLETON
Nick Brown and Josh Frackleton have been working together as a creative duo for six years. They met while studying Television, Radio & Film at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Their first collaboration was a 6-episode digital series that won the College Television Award for Best Narrative Series in 2012. The duo went on to create a number of independent projects, most notably a 30-minute comedy pilot entitled South Canada, which premiered to a sold-out crowd at the Crest Theatre, Los Angeles. The project is currently being shopped to digital and broadcast networks.
In November 2016, Nick and Josh co-created a digital reboot of the Mickey Mouse Club entitled Club Mickey Mouse whilst at Disney Digital Network. They served as producer and director respectively on the first season of Club Mickey Mouse, which is currently being distributed on Facebook, Instagram, and Disney Channel. Their show concept sparked international excitement within the Walt Disney Company, and has since lead to production of a Malaysian version.
In 2017, Brown and Frackleton founded Good Boy, a creative production house specializing in full-service content creation. From initial concept ideation through the finishing phases of post production, branding and distribution, Good Boy provides world-class content that is optimized for the ever-changing digital landscape.
As well as working with their commercial clients, Brown and Frackleton have several original shows currently in development.