Nick is a UK based film maker and journalist. He graduated with a degree in Film and Television from the University of Westminster in London where he was mentored by the BAFTA winning screenwriter and director Tony Grisoni.
Deciding to make the most of his qualification, he worked as a rickshaw rider in Soho for the next two years before moving back into the media world as a development researcher and script editor for fact based dramas including the BAFTA nominated MYSTERIOUS CREATURES for ITV1 starring Brenda Blethyn and Timothy Spall.
BARRY COX: THE CHINESE DREAM and THE MONSTERS OF MIAMI were his directorial debuts and have aired on Al Gore’s network Current TV, The Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Rushes Soho Short Film Festival and the Miami Short Film Festival.
THE MONSTERS OF MIAMI was awarded ‘Film of the Year 2008’ by Screen South and ‘Best Journalistic Content 2008’ by Current TV.
Nick then directed STELARC:THE MAN WITH THREE EARS a Dell sponsored film for Spike Jonze’s TV channel Vice Broadcasting Services via Vice’s 360 multi platform agency Virtue Worldwide, widely regarded as one of the most innovative agencies in the world. He premiered the film at the Lighthouse – Brighton’s lottery funded film and arts center – after being awarded a screening bursary. The film was selected by by the channel for ‘Best of 2009 on VBS’ as voted for by VBS staff.
He recently became one of the first producer’s outside the network to be commissioned for a half hour film by Current TV for THE YOUTUBE PROPHET which was given ‘Pick of the Day’ by The Sunday Times for it’s UK television premiere.
After the success of THE YOUTUBE PROPHET, Current commissioned him again for INCEST: THE LAST TABOO? It was shot in the UK, US and Australia and co-directed by Nicole Precel and deals the little known phenomena of Genetic Sexual Attraction.
The 45 minute film has become one of Currents highest ever rating documentaries and continues to gain more viewers with each transmission as word of mouth spreads. It is cited by the network as their ‘most exciting documentary to date’.
In addition Nick currently has a slate of long form docs and series in development and is also developing his first fictional short, a dark comedy about a disgraced medical professional with an unhealthy obsession for a Hollywood actor.