Nick started his career in documentaries, shooting in over sixty countries, from the deserts of the Sahara and Atacama to the pyramids and Great Wall of China, including flying with the Red Arrows to ocean diving on nuclear submarines. He made documentaries for BBC’s QED strand about Falklands War hero Simon Weston; Monty Roberts, the horse whisperer; the Elephant Man and many others. He was part of the team that created the award winning and popular C4 series Time Team and went on to shoot many of the early episodes.
Nick has shot commercials for Saatchi & Saatchi and promos for Ridley Scott Associates, including Jamie T’s Sheila with Bob Hoskins, and concert visuals for The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think feature film directed by Adam Smith.
Nick’s drama work includes many BAFTA and RTS award winning productions including: Bodies, Pompeii – The Last Day, Terry Pratchett’s Johnny and the Bomb, Shameless, Nuremberg: Goering’s Last Stand, Call The Midwife and Skins – for which he was personally nominated for BAFTA and RTS awards for Photography and Lighting, as well as a Guild of Television Cameramen (GTC) Award for Excellence. Other credits include: The Syndicate, The Interceptor, The Replacement and Our Girl, for which Nick received a second GTC Award for Excellence and period dramas: Mansfield Park, Mr. Selfridge, The Paradise and Poldark.
Features include Dartmoor Killing, winner of Best Thriller at The National Film Awards 2016 and B&B for Creative England, winner of 9 awards and 3 nominations.
Nick’s latest projects are period drama Gentleman Jack for HBO/BBC, Deep State a contemporary political thriller for Fox Networks, The Split for BBC and The Irregulars for Netflix
Nick has a US Green Card.